Celestine Sibley (1917-), author and columnist, began her career with the ATLANTA CONSTITUTION (1941- ) covering news stories. She became a political reporter and then columnist.
From the description of Celestine Sibley papers, ca. 1900-1997. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 173863197
Celestine Sibley, a renowned southern author, journalist, and syndicated columnist, reported for the Atlanta Constitution from 1941 to 1999. Over her long career, she wrote more than 10,000 columns and many news stories of astonishing range, dealing with such varied topics as politics and key lime pie. Sibley was one of the most popular and long-running columnists for the Constitution, and her well-written and poignant essays on southern culture made her an icon in the South. Regarded by her colleagues as a reporting legend, Sibley was also the accomplished author of nearly thirty books published between 1958 and 1997. New Georgia Encyclopedia - Celestine Sibley (1914-1999) http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org (Retrieved September 23, 2009)
From the description of Celestine Sibley - Peachtree Street, U.S.A. : an affectionate portrait of Atlanta, 1960-1963. (University of Georgia). WorldCat record id: 459795487
Celestine Sibley, journalist and columnist for the Atlanta Constitution since 1941.
From the description of Celestine Sibley oral history interview, 1987 Mar. 4. (Georgia State University). WorldCat record id: 38476286
From the description of Celestine Sibley oral history interview, 1987 Mar. 5. (Georgia State University). WorldCat record id: 38476287
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|Detective and mystery stories, American--20th century|
|New Deal, 1933-1939|
|Women authors, American|
|Television in politics|
|American literature--20th century|
|World War, 1939-1945--Press coverage|
|Press and politics|