Westbrook Pegler - Life and Career

Life and Career

Pegler was born August 2, 1894, in Minneapolis, Minnesota where his father, Arthur James Pegler, was a newspaper editor.

The Roman Catholic Pegler married Julia Harpman, a onetime New York Daily News crime reporter from a Jewish family in Tennessee. Later he married his secretary Maude Wettje.

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