Biography of Irene Margaret Campbell Fowler
Irene Margaret Campbell Fowler enrolled at the University in 1937 to study Arts.
Fowler was born at Broken Hill, modern day Kabwe, Zambia, daughter of Robert, a traveller.
Fowler was educated at the Glasgow High School for girls, before enrolling at the University in 1937 for two years, taking classes in French, English, Spanish, and Geology.
Her studies were interrupted by the Second World War, during which Fowler went to work as a censor for the British government, and was later sent to Trinidad where she met Lawrence Frederick Bennett of the US Army. On March 24, 1945, they were married in a chapel on the Navy base in Port of Spain, Trinidad.
After the war, they settled in West Webster, New York. Bennett died in 2008 in New Hampshire, where she had lived in 2000.