1 edition of Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson papers found in the catalog.
Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson papers
Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson
Written in English
Volume containing typewritten transcripts of Patterson"s radio broadcasts as a correspondent for Columbia Broadcasting System, inc., in western Europe during World War II.
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Breckinridge (Patterson), Mary Marvin. Radio Scripts by Mary Marvin Breckinridge for the World News Roundup Programs of the Columbia Broadcasting System and 'Talk to Professor Higgins' Graduate Class: Broadcasting from Europe to America at the School of Journalism of Boston University, Wednesday, December 1, Genealogy profile for Marvin Breckinridge Mary Marvin "Bric" Patterson (Breckinridge) ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Mary Marvin "Bric" Patterson (Breckinridge) ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson (October 2, – Decem ) (Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, or Marvin Breckinridge), was an American photojournalist, cinematographer, and philanthropist. She used her middle name, Marvin, both professionally and personally to distinguish herself from her cousin Mary Breckinridge (founder of the Frontier Nursing Service) and to avoid the . Mary Breckinridge, her father Colonel Breckinridge (took care of the horses), nurses Edna, Freda set up the first nurses clinic and lived together in Hyden in They delivered the first baby in September The nurses traveled by horseback to deliver babies day and night, in all : Febru , Memphis, Tennessee.
In , Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson donated to the public one of the most important archaeological properties in the Chesapeake Bay region. Her gift to the State of Maryland of the Point Farm Estate, the largest land gift the State has ever been given, created the Jefferson Patterson Park & . She published her photos in photo –essay books, War Comes to the People and Europe’s Children. Marvin Breckinridge Patterson was born on October 2, , as Mary Marvin Breckinridge. She started using Marvin to stop people from confusing her with her cousin Mary Breckinridge who was the founder of Frontier Nursing.
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Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson: Case study of one of Murrow's boys [Maurine Hoffman Beasley] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Maurine Hoffman Beasley. Get this from a library. Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson papers, [Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson; Isabella Goodrich Breckinridge; Jefferson Patterson] -- Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, notebooks and albums, subject files, family papers, clippings, printed matter, photographs, and other papers documenting Patterson's career as a photographer.
Today the team still is referred to as the "Murrow Boys" in books on mass communications history.(3) What has been overlooked is the fact that Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, who made about 50 broadcasts for the "World News Roundup" of the Columbia Broadcasting System in andwas one of the team's first members.
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Radio broadcaster; born During World War II reported under the name Marvin Breckinridge. From the description of Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson papers, (Unknown). WorldCat record id: Marvin's Journey.
By Elisabeth they're in a new book. the life of Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson has been a curious mixture of Junior League and Istambul, debutante and Daniel Boone. This amazing woman and her collection are the next highlighted in our Pioneering Women Photographers in Africa project.
The Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson Collection at the Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives (EEPA) is primarily c omprised of 78 silver gelatin photographic prints taken by Breckinridge during her trip to Africa in Taken during an era of increasing American.
Marvin Breckinridge Patterson. When World War II broke out infreelance photojournalist Marvin Breckinridge Patterson (b. ) took the first pictures of a London air-raid shelter.
She was, however, new to radio when friend Edward R. Murrow hired her as the first female staff broadcaster in. One of America's most colorful and generous women, Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, 97, of York, Washington, D.C., and St.
Leonard, Md., died at her home in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 11, The widow of the late Ambassador Jefferson Patterson, she had been honored frequently for her career as a cinematographer, journalist, photographer.
Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, one of the first female CBS broadcast journalists, was born on October 2, At the beginning of World. Marvin Breckinridge Patterson: | | | |Marvin Breckinridge Patterson| | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias.
Email this Article Marvin Breckinridge. Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, a New York debutante, photojournalist and broadcaster from war-torn Europe, peripatetic diplomatic spouse and philanthropist, died on Dec.
11 at her home in Washington. She was Mrs. Patterson was born in New York to John Cabell and Isabella Goodrich Breckinridge. Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson (October 2, – Decem ) (Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, or Marvin Breckinridge), was an American photojournalist, cinematographer, and used her middle name, Marvin, both professionally and personally to distinguish herself from her cousin Mary Breckinridge (founder of the Frontier Nursing Service) and to avoid the.
Image 1 of Page view (Copy 2) Contributor: Juvenile Collection (Library of Congress) - Frederick Warne and Co. - Evans, Edmund - Patterson, Mary Marvin Breckinridge - Greenaway, Kate - Browning, Robert Date: Marvin Breckinridge was an amateur filmmaker, best known for her silent film The Forgotten film presents the activities of the Frontier Nursing Service, a group (primarily women) that provided medical services in remote and rural areas of Kentucky.
Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson, a New York debutante, photojournalist and broadcaster from war-torn Europe, peripatetic diplomatic spouse and philanthropist of note, died on Dec. 11 at her home in Washington. She was Mrs. Patterson was born in New York to John Cabell and Isabella Goodrich Breckinridge.
Mary Marvin Breckinridge came from a famous and rich family. Her maternal grandfather was inventor and industrialist B. Goodrich. Her paternal great-grandfather was John Caball Breckinridge, vice president of the United States (’60), presidential candidate against Lincoln ina general in the Confederate States Army, and Secretary of War of the Confederacy.
Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson was born in in New York City into two families with a rich history of service. On graduation from Vassar, Marvin volunteered as the first female courier for. Partial Bibliography. For a full bibliography please see the exhibit bibliography section.
All documents from The Edward R. Murrow Papers, caDCA, including. Breckinridge Patterson, Mary Marvin, Radio Scripts by Mary Marvin Breckinridge for the World News Roundup Programs of the Columbia Broadcasting System and 'Talk to Professor Higgins' Graduate Class: Broadcasting.
Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson was the only female member of the original generation of CBS Radio war correspondents known as “The Murrow Boys.” A photojournalist and cinematographer, she studied French, German, Italian, and modern history at Vassar College.My American century: the memoirs of Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson by Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson (Book) Olivia's African diary: Cape Town to Cairo, by Olivia Stokes Hatch (Book).The Forgotten frontier by Mary Marvin Breckinridge Patterson (Visual) Frontier Nursing (Visual) Au secours des enfants du Soissonnais: lettres américaines de Mary Breckinridge, by Mary Breckinridge (Book).