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When the bough breaks: About the authors

Sunday, December 12, 1999

Barbara White Stack, 45, covers abused, neglected and delinquent children for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

  Barbara White Stack

Before that, she served as an assistant city editor and urban affairs reporter. She joined the newspaper in 1979 after working for the Beaver County Times and the Greensburg Tribune-Review.

A native of Bucks County, Stack is a journalism graduate of Penn State University.

She has received numerous local, state and national reporting awards.

Her last major project was a seven-part series in 1998 about trends in foster care and adoption.

Her e-mail address is:

Staff Photographer Annie O'Neill, 33, has worked for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for 4 1/2 years.

  Annie O'Neill

In that time, she has twice been named Pennsylvania Photographer of the Year and twice Pittsburgh Photographer of the Year.

Before coming to Pittsburgh, she worked for the Detroit News.

A 1992 graduate of the University of Missouri, O'Neill's last major project for the Post-Gazette was a photo essay last spring depicting a trip on Route 19 from the Gulf of Mexico to Pennsylvania.

Her e-mail address is:

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