Peggy Ann Garner
American actress
Peggy Ann Garner
Peggy Ann Garner was an American actress. A successful child actress, Garner played her first film role in 1938 and won the Academy Juvenile Award for her work in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945). Featured roles in such films as Black Widow (1954) did not further her attempts to establish herself in mature film roles, and although she progressed to theatrical work, she made relatively few acting appearances as an adult.
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Google News - over 5 years
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Conserve water, save money with rain barrels - Jacksonville Daily News
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Peggy Garner, the director of Onslow Cooperative Extension, said that though some containers are not very attractive but can easily be decorated using paint that can be applied to plastic. “You can decorate it however you want to decorate it and get as
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Paid Notice: Deaths MCQUEEN, ROBERT PAIGE
NYTimes - over 12 years
McQUEEN--Robert Paige, 79, of Sarasota, FL, on May 28, 2004. Husband of the late Constance, father of Leigh (Lynne) and Kevin, grandfather of Naima and Jared, brother of Peggy Garner, nephew of Thelma Owens, companion of Muriel Powell. Donations in his memory to Sheriff's Meadow Foundation, RR 1, Box 319X, Vineyard Haven, MA. 02568.
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CURRENTS: ARCHITECTURE; A Little Bit of Taliesin, Closer to Lake Tahoe
NYTimes - over 14 years
To sell land in Northern California, an hour from Lake Tahoe, it helps to have a name-brand designer attached. The Nakoma Resort and Spa is based on a design by Frank Lloyd Wright. A 427-lot subdivision, known as Gold Mountain, surrounds the resort and has many houses designed by Taliesin Architects, a subsidiary of the Frank Lloyd Wright
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TEXANS TAKE BIG SLIDE ON BAD HALF OF OIL BOOM
NYTimes - almost 31 years
Billy Sanders had half-expected the word for weeks. But when he was laid off Friday, he still had the dazed look of a fighter who had been staggered by a punch that came from nowhere. ''I knew it was coming, I just didn't want to face it,'' said Mr. Sanders, who was out of work after 10 years with Halliburton Services, an oilfield service company.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Peggy Ann Garner
    FIFTIES
  • 1984
    Age 52
    Garner died from pancreatic cancer in 1984, aged 52.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1956
    Age 24
    She went on to marry actor Albert Salmi on May 16, 1956, and they divorced on March 13, 1963.
    More Details Hide Details Garner's final marriage was to Kenyon Foster Brown. After a few years, that marriage, too, ended in divorce. Her only child, Catherine Ann Salmi, died in 1995 at age 38 from heart disease.
  • 1953
    Age 21
    Garner married singer/game show host Richard Hayes, and they divorced in 1953.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1938
    Age 6
    Born in Canton, Ohio, Garner's mother pushed her into the limelight and entered her in talent quests while Garner was still a child. By 1938 she had made her first film appearance, and over the next few years she appeared in several more films, including Jane Eyre (1943) and The Keys of the Kingdom (1944).
    More Details Hide Details She reached the height of her success at the age of 13 in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945), winning an Academy Juvenile Award largely on the basis of this performance. Like many child performers, Garner was unable to make a successful transition into adult film roles. She guest-starred steadily in television roles, beginning in the early 1950s and continuing through the 1960s. She was a regular panelist on the NBC series Who Said That?, along with H. V. Kaltenborn and Boris Karloff. After her film career ended, she ventured into stage acting and had some success but also worked as a real estate agent and fleet-car executive between acting jobs in order to support herself. In 1978, she surprised film audiences after a decade away from any feature film when she appeared as the pregnant aunt of the bride 'Candice Ruteledge' in the critically acclaimed ensemble Robert Altman film, "A Wedding", in 1978. Her final screen performance was a small part in a made-for-television feature, "This Year's Blonde", in 1980.
    A successful child actor, Garner played her first film role in 1938 and won the Academy Juvenile Award for her work in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945).
    More Details Hide Details Featured roles in such films as Black Widow (1954) did not further her attempts to establish herself in mature film roles, and although she progressed to theatrical work, she made relatively few acting appearances as an adult.
  • 1932
    Age 0
    Born on February 3, 1932.
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