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Dr Virginia Moore
Virginia Moore

Name: ;Virginia Moore

Comments: Virginia Moore was born in Omaha, Nebraska, July 11, 1903, of Virginia parents and was raised as a Virginian. Her mother was Ethel Daniel, daughter of a Charlottesville physician; her father, John Allen Moore, was agraduate of the University of Virginia Law School. Virginia attended the Grenau School for Girls in Gainesville, Georgia. In 1923, she took a B.A. from Hollins College,and later an M.A. and Ph.D. from Columbia. Virginia held the Hollins Medal and was a member of Phi Beta Kappa

Early in her career, Virginia was a free-lance writer in New York City, writing poetry, critical reviews, and articles. She also lectured on literature from coast to coast. She traveled widely on five continents, going around the world twice. Virginia once interviewed the noted Swiss psychologist Jung in Zurich at his invitation because they both shared an interest in the poet W. B.Yeats. She had a lasting impression of Jung, her first sight of him after she had arrived early at his home. I saw him approaching through flowering cherry trees in a big black hat. I was expecting a visit of a half hour or so, but he saw me for three hours. Although his books sound clinical, Jung was a very easy man to talk to. Virginia often spent winters at a second residence in Alexandria, Virginia, but Cliffside in Scottsville -- an old Federal-style house on the Virginia and National Registers of Historic Landmarks -- was always home.Virginia's publications include: three early books of poetry, Not Poppy, Sweet Water and Bitter, andHomer's Golden Chain; a number of short stories; The Life and Early Death of Emily Bronte, a documented critical biography; Distinguished Women Writers, a book of short biographies; Virginia is a State of Mind, the "biography of a state;" Ho for Heaven about changing attitudes toward death through the ages; Scottsville on the James, a history written for the 225th anniversary of the founding of the old Albemarle river town; The Unicorn: William Butler Yeats' Search for Reality, a documented critical biography; The Madisons, a documented dual biography of James and Dolley Madison; andThe Liberty Bell Papers, which grew out of talks with several Albemarle residents. She left a new cycle of poems and a manuscript biography of Thomas Chatterton, with the wish that they might see publication.
Virginia was a past President of the Board of the Scottsville Museum Foundation, served on the Albemarle County Library Board, and was past President of the Board of the Charlottesville's Jefferson-Madison Regional Library (whose name she chose to celebrate the 50-year companionship and coordinated effort between the two statesmen). She was an individual from the Virginia Writer's Club, Virginia Poetry Society, Anthroposophical Society, Albemarle Historical Society, and St. Anne's Episcopal Parish. Virginia went to Christ Church in Glendower. Her work was known broadly, and her passing was noted in the New York Times, Washington Post, and a few Chicago-territory and Virginia papers.  Her first marriage was to creator and anthologist, Louis Untermeyer, of New York and Connecticut. Since her dad had no male beneficiary, she legitimately changed her child's name to John Fitzallen Moore II after a separation in 1929.Virginia later hitched John Jefferson Hudgins, who had been a submariner amid WWII. He resigned as a Navy chief and was a Washington lawyer, long leader of the Ocean Shipping Division of the Department of Agriculture; he passed on in 1992. Dr. Moore constantly utilized her original surname in correspondence and as her nom de plume; she was referred to broadly as "Miss Virginia." 
Virginia Moore is made due by her child, John, of Libertyville, IL; six grandkids, Robin Brooks Moore of Fremont, CA, Sheila Moore Price of Potomac, MD, Marjorie Moore Fish, of Cataumet, MA, Laurel Moore Duda of Pocasser, MA, Jonathan Michael Moore of Washington, DC, and Cristopher David Moore of Santa Fe, NM; and nine extraordinary grandkids. To peruse "Making progress toward Ultimates," an element article about Virginia Moore by Erin Parkhurst and politeness of Virginia Living, visit Virginia Moore. 
We knew Virginia Moore was quite cherished in Scottsville and Virginia just as in the hearts of her numerous artistic fansthroughout the United States. Dr. Moore earned her PhD in logic and religion at Columbia University in 1952,and associates reviewed her unmistakable fascination for world religions. So we inquired about Miss Virginia's reality voyages and found a duplicate of her book, The Whole World, Stranger (NewYork: The Macmillan Company, 1957) in our Barclay House library. Dr. Moore composed this book about her 1955-1956 world visit with her sister, Nancy. 
The top photograph of Virginia Moore is a duplicate of a family-possessed oil painting that was gained through the endeavors of Raymon Thacker and in interview with Virginia's child, John Moore. 

Source: Scottsville Museum,Scottsville, Va. 

Virginia Moore was an artist, biographer, and researcher. She is maybe best known for her workVirginia Is a State of Mind (1942), which has been portrayed as the "account of a state." In it, she joins individual perceptions on Virginia's geology and atmosphere with short true to life representations of Virginians, for example, Powhatan, Mary Ball, and Thomas Jefferson; tales on the American Civil War (1861– 1865); and reflections on the state's history, nourishment, and writing. The outcome is a portrayal of Virginia and its natives as strongly "maverick." Moore was conceived on July 11, 1903, in Omaha, Nebraska, to Virginians John Fitzallen Moore and Ethel Daniel Moore. She earned a BA from Hollins College (presently Hollins University) in 1923, a MA from Columbia University in 1924, and a PhD in logic from Columbia University in 1952. She was started into Phi Beta Kappa at Hollins in 1962, a respect saved for recognized researchers.  Moore distributed three volumes of verse: Not Poppy (1926), Sweet Water and Bitter(1928), and Homer's Golden Chain (1936). Her verse was adulated for its wide scope of subject and structure. 
Moore additionally distributed four basic histories. The main, Distinguished Women Writers(1934), presents seventeen pictures of artistic ladies, including Sappho, Christina Rossetti, and George Eliot. The Life and Eager Death of Emily Brontë (1936) contains a few of Brontë's beforehand unpublished lyrics, which Moore found amid her examination for the book. The Unicorn: William Butler Yeats' Search for Reality (1954) centers around Yeats' otherworldly, philosophical, and creative "transformation" over his vocation. At long last, The Madisons (1979) annals the private and open existences of James and Dolley Madison amid his administration and their forty-two-year marriage. 

Notwithstanding verse and life story Moore composed Rising Wind (1928), a Civil War tale set in Virginia, and Scottsville on the James (1969), a neighborhood history of the life of the James River town where Moore lived for sixty-two years. Her home there, Cliffside, is recorded on the Virginia and National Registers of Historic Places. Moore's work frequently skillfully mixed numerous sorts. She joined story, authentic certainty, and philosophical perception in works, for example, Ho for Heaven! Man's Changing Attitude Toward Dying (1946), an investigation of memorial service rehearses and changing thoughts regarding passing from old Greece to the Victorian Age, and The Whole World, Stranger (1957), an investigation of the possibility of a general human soul. Moore's last distributed work, The Liberty Bell Papers: An Inquiry into American Values(1980), is a gathering of papers about opportunity, majority rules system, financial aspects, and an expanding national distraction with realism, which Moore felt subverted certified opportunity.  Notwithstanding her insightful exercises, Moore filled in as leader of the sheets ofCharlottesville's Jefferson-Madison Regional Library and the Scottsville Museum Foundation. She was additionally an individual from the Poetry Society of Virginia and the Albemarle Historical Society.  Moore wedded creator Louis Untermeyer in 1926 yet was separated from two years after the fact. They had one child, John Fitzallen, whose last name she changed to Moore following her separation. In 1945 she wedded Washington, D.C., lawyer and resigned U.S. Naval force skipper John Jefferson Hudgins. Moore passed on of malignant growth on June 11, 1993, one month short of her ninetieth birthday celebration.

Major Works
Not Poppy (1926)
Rising Wind (1928)
Sweet Water and Bitter (1928)
Distinguished Women Writers (1934)
Homer's Golden Chain (1936)
Virginia Is a State of Mind (1942)
Ho for Heaven! Man's Changing Attitude Toward Dying (1946)
The Unicorn: William Butler Yeats' Search for Reality (1954)
The Whole World, Stranger (1957)
Scottsville on the James: An Informal History (1969)
The Life and Eager Death of Emily Brontë: A Biography (1971)
The Madisons: A Biography (1979)
The Liberty Bell Papers: An Inquiry into American Values (1980)
    Time Line
 July 11, 1903 - Virginia Moore is born in Omaha, Nebraska.
1923 - Virginia Moore earns a BA from Hollins College.
1924 - Virginia Moore earns an MA from Columbia University.
1942 - Virginia Moore authors what is now her best known work, Virginia is a State of Mind.
1952 - Virginia Moore earns a PhD in philosophy from Columbia University         
1962 - Virginia Moore is initiated into Phi Beta Kappa at Hollins College, an honor reserved for distinguished scholars.
June 11, 1993 - Passed away




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