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Hilda Dunn

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in Syracuse, NY, The United States
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HIlda Dunn was born in Syracuse to parents who had immigrated from Great Britain after the first world war. She studied at Edinburgh University for two years after graduating from Syracuse University in 1947, also traveling on the continent at that postwar moment, experiences reflected in her only novel. She worked from many years as a copywriter for Jordan Marsh and Filene's department stores in Boston. In 1961, she married Michael J. Glaubman, a professor of physics at Northeastern University. Together they raised four children in the Boston area, and Hilda also earned a Masters degree in English literature in 1974. She passed away while on vacation in England in 1998.


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