Claire Taschdjian

Claire Taschdjian was born as Claire Hirschberg in Berlin, Germany. In 1934 the family moved to China and in 1938 the family settled in Peking, where Claire worked as a secretary to Franz Weidenreich, a German anthropologist and the director of the Cenozoic Research Laboratory, which was closely involved in the Peking Man excavation. In 1944, she married Edgar Taschdjian, an Austrian-born Armenian and in 1948 they moved to Chicago, Illinois.


Titles and year of publication:  

 1) The Peking Man Is Missing  1977
 2) Classified Death  1980