Walcott Hersey. Teacher of drawing, Oakland (California) Technology High School, 1913-1914. Managing editor California Outlook, weekly, 1914-1915. Head arithmetic department, State Teachers College, San Francisco, 1915-1917, head history and civics department, 1917-1920, director of training school, 1917-1920.
Teacher, Presidio Open Air School, San Francisco, 1920-1922. Principal Skokie Junior High school and assistant superintendent of schools, Winnetka, Illinois, 1922-1926. Superintendent of schools, Bronxville, New York, 1926-1936.
Director of education, Bureau of Indian Affairs. unites states department of Interior. 1936-1951; deputy director department education United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris, 1951-1953. Education consultant Perkins and Will, architects, 1954-1958.
Associate program director Save the Children Federation, since 1958, executive vice president, since 1959. Instructor of education, summers, Northwestern University, 1923-1925, University of Chicago, 1926-1929, Washington State College, 1926, Syracuse University, 1931, 1933, Buffalo (New York) State Teachers College, 1934, Ala College, 1935.
Born September 17, 1891