First religion editor of The New York Times, who served from 1920 to 1948. She also hosted a radio show and spoke nationally on the topic.
At age 15, she wrote a poem in honor of Queen Victoria, which was published in the The New York Journal.
She founded the Pure Language League for newspaper writers in order to discourage the use of profanity.
She grew up with her twin brother named Malcolm.
She received more than 1,000 letters in response to an article she wrote about Pope Pius XI.