MARJORIE  DOUGLAS  WEIR*
1896-

From: "Who's Who Among North American Authors 1929-1930"
Edited by Alberta Lawrence, Los Angeles, 1929


Weir, Marjorie Douglas, writer, editor. Born Montreal, Canada, August 14, 1896, daughter of Hon. R. Stanley Weir (D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.C.S.) and Margaret Alexander Douglas.

She was educated at King's Hall, Compton, McGill Conservatory of Music, Boston Conservatory of Music and Boston University. She is the writer of "Faggots" (poems) 1927 and contributor to Canadian Magazine, Bookman, Poetry Year Book, the Montreal Daily Star, the Montreal Gazette and the Kingston Whig-Standard.

General character writing, poems, plays (one act) and was editor of the Women's Page of the Kingston Whig-Standard in 1926. 

In the winter of 1926-27 she appeared with the Boston Repertory Theatre in "Little Minister" and also with Eng. stock company in "Charley's Aunt" and "Three Live Ghosts" etc.

Clubs: Canadian Women's Press Club,  Canadian Authors Association,  Junior League of America (Montreal),  Big Sister Association,  Canadian Girl Guides.

Home: "Cedarhurst" Beebe, Quebec and 1628 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal


*Researching Marjorie Douglas Weir... Joanna MacDonald (1st cousin twice removed)

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