COOLIDGE, Olivia. (Mrs. Archibald C. Coolidge). American (born England), b. 1908. Genres: Children's fiction, History, Biography. Career: English Teacher, Potsdam-Hermannswerder, Germany, 1931-32; Classics Teacher, Wimbledon High School, London, 1932-37; Secretary, Education Service, Bureau of Camps, NYC, 1938; English Teacher, Low-Heywood School, Stamford, Conn., 1939, and Winsor School, Boston, 1940-46. Member, Board of Trustees, Mills College of Education, 1956-61. Publications: Greek Myths, 1949; Legends of the North, 1951; The Trojan War, 1952; Egyptian Adentures, 1954; Cromwell's Head, 1955; Roman People, 1959; Winston Churchill and the Story of Two World Wars, 1960; Caesar's Gallic War, 1961; Men of Athens, 1962; Makers of the Red Revolution, 1963; Edith Wharton, 1964; Lives of the Famous Romans, 1965; People in Palestine, 1965; The King of Men, 1966; Women's Rights, 1966; Eugene O'Neill, 1966; Marathon Looks on the Sea, 1967; George Bernard Shaw, 1968; The Golden Days of Greece, 1968; Tom Paine, Revolutionary, 1969; The Maid of Artemis, 1969; Tales of the Crusades, 1970; Come by Here, 1970; Gandhi, 1971; The Three Lives of Joseph Conrad, 1972; The Apprenticeship of Abraham Lincoln, 1974; The Statesmanship of Abraham Lincoln, 1977.