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Kressmann Taylor

Kressmann Taylor (1903-1996) won national acclaim in 1939 with the publication of Address Unknown . She went on to write three more books and a dozen short stories, one of which was dramatized on CBS Studio One, and another was included in The Best American Short Stories of 1956. For nineteen years, she was a popular professor of creative writing and journalism at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania, where she was the first woman to earn tenure.