Worthy, Regan, Parisian Journal, 16 January 1964

Bonjour de Paris, Petite Soeur! Since this is our first extended time apart, I have decided to chronicle every important moment in this journal that I can’t include in my letters home — since I know Mother and Father will see them — to share with you upon my return. I will confess that I … Continue reading Worthy, Regan, Parisian Journal, 16 January 1964

Worthy Sisters: Rosalind & the Star Childe

Rosalind Worthy graduated high school in 1968 and had no doubt where she wanted to attend college. Growing up, she admired computer pioneer Grace Hopper, and, in high school, was one of only two women in Math and Science club. Her mother, who professionally retained her family’s name, had always provided the example of a … Continue reading Worthy Sisters: Rosalind & the Star Childe

Worthy Sisters, Regan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Springtime in Paris for Worthy Teen SEATTLE, Washington, December 1, 1963—The Seattle Art Academy is pleased to announce that the winner of its annual artistic competition for promising high school students is sixteen-year-old, Regan Valentine Worthy, a sophomore at Franklin High School. Regan has been awarded a scholarship to study at École … Continue reading Worthy Sisters, Regan