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Edith Lambert Sharp (March 7, 1917-unknown) was a Canadian writer.

She was born near Carroll, Manitoba, daughter of Charles Lambert and Edna Louise (Malon) Sharp. She dropped out of high school in Penticton, British Columbia after one year. She attended the Vancouver School of Art and took private studies from the Smithsonian Institution to develop her artistic talents.

She worked as a director of the Okanagan Summer School of the Arts, as well as teaching creative writing in night and summer schools. She also became involved in politics, serving for a number of years as secretary to the local Progressive Conservative Party riding associations.

She served as a member of the Penticton Board of Trade, an honorary member of the Business and Professional Women's Club, the Conservative Party, and the Anglican Church of Canada.

Okanagan Historical Society, Index to documents
Sharp, Edith Lambert
30:144
obituary 38:109
http://www.okanaganhistoricalsociety.... Edith Lambert
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