|Biography of Selene Ayer Armstrong|
ARMSTRONG, SELENE AYER, editor and magazine writer, was born in Washington, Ga., September 20, 1883. Her first appearance in print was as the winner of a prize story in the Atlanta Constitution, written at eleven years of age. She afterward became society editor of the Atlanta Georgian. At present she is on the staff of the Washington (D.C.) Times, but contributes at frequent intervals to current magazines. Her work, though limited in volume, is characterized by an individuality of style and thought which has attracted attention in the East as well as in the South.
Southern Men of Letters, Alderman, Edwin Anderson; Harris, Joel Chandler; Kent, Charles William; Knight, Lucian Lamar (Eds.), Library of Southern Literature Part 15, (Atlanta, Georgia, The Martin and Hoyt Company, 1907) p. 11
GENEALOGICAL NOTES (by Keith Giddeon):
** 1900 (Twelfth) United States Census, Wilkes County, Georgia; Anderson District, page 215A, June 25, 1900. (Head of household is Jas. W. Armstrong)