Catherine MacKenzie, Canadian journalist

Catherine MacKenzie, Canadian journalist

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Caption: Catherine MacKenzie (1894-1949), Canadian journalist. For the eight years before his death MacKenzie was personal secretary and research assistant to Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922), the inventor of the telephone. In 1925 she began work for the New York Times, writing the "Parent-Child" column from 1939 until her death. Photographed in 1947 at the New York Times.

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