Writer, sculptor, ceramist, actor and lecturer.
Despite being eighteen months older than her brother Ernest, Marcelline's mother often dressed them as twins, going as far as holding Marcelline back a year in kindergarten so the two could begin school together.
Adolescent roles included playing viola in the family orchestra and editor of the high school newspaper. She portrays her family's life from the turn of the century to the '20s in her work "At the Hemingways," published in 1961.
A centennial edition of Marcelline's book has been re-published in 1999.