Patterson, Eleanor Medill, 1881-1948

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Eleanor Medill Patterson was born on November 7, 1884 in Chicago, Illinois and died in July, 1948 at "Dower House", the seventeenth century Maryland manor house that once housed the Earls of Calvert and Baltimore. She was the granddaughter of Joseph Medill, founder of the Chicago Tribune, daughter of Robert Wilson Patterson, editor of the Chicago Tribune and sister of Joseph Medill Patterson, editor and publisher of the New York Daily News . Miss Patterson was educated in Boston at Miss Hersey's School. Her first husband was Count Joseph Gizycka and her second husband was Elmer Schlesinger. At the time of her death she was editor, publisher and sole owner of the Washington, (D.C.) Times-Herald. She is survived by her daughter Felicia Gizycka and granddaughter Ellen Cameron Pearson Arnold, child of columnist Drew Pearson.

From the guide to the Eleanor Medill Patterson Papers, 1924-1936, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries)

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creatorOf Patterson, Joseph Medill, 1879-1946. Papers, 1901-1950. Lake Forest College, Donnelley and Lee Library
creatorOf Eleanor Medill Patterson Papers, 1924-1936 Syracuse University. Library. Special Collections Research Center
referencedIn Hoge, Alice Albright, 1941-. Papers, ca. 1966. Univerisity of Wyoming. American Heritage Center.
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associatedWith Brisbane, Arthur, 1864-1936 person
associatedWith Hearst, William Randolph, 1863-1951 person
associatedWith Hoge, Alice Albright, 1941- person
associatedWith Patterson, Joseph Medill, 1879-1946. person
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Publishers and publishing--United States
Publishing, printing and book arts
Women publishers--United States
Newspaper publishing--United States
Women journalists--United States
Newspaper editors--United States
Journalism
Occupation
Publisher
Journalists
Editors
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Birth 1881-11-07

Death 1948-07-24

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