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Marion Hathway

Marion Hathway, American educator, social worker. Member National Conference Social Work (secretary 1949-1950), American Association Social Workers, American Association University Professors.

Background

  • Hathway, Marion was born on July 31, 1895 in North Tonawanda, New York, United States. Daughter of William W. and Alice R. (Shelley) Hathway.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Radcliffe College, 1916. A.M., University of Chicago, 1927, Doctor of Philosophy., 1933.

    Career

    • Began teaching, 1916. With the Young Women's Christian Association Central Committee, Denver, 1920-1921. Assistant director, bureau attendance Denver Public Schools, 1921-1926.

      Faculty member U. Washington, 1927-1931. Member of faculty, assistant director, division social work, U. Pittsburgh, 1932-1938, member of faculty school social work, 1941-1951. Executive secretary American Association Schools Social Work, 1938-1941.

      Professor social economy, director graduate department Bryn Mawr (Pennsylvania) College since 1951.

    Works

    • Author: The Young Cripple and His Job (social service monograph), 1928. Public Relief in Washington, 1853-1933 (with John Rademaker), 1934. The Migratory Worker and Family Life, 1937.

      Editor, co-author: Education for the Public Social Services, 1941. Editor Social Service Series, Houghton-Mifflin Company.

    Membership

    Member National Conference Social Work (secretary 1949-1950), American Association Social Workers, American Association University Professors.

    Connections

    • Married Theodore R. Parker, June 6, 1936.
    • father: William W. Hathway
    • mother: Alice R. (Shelley) Hathway
    • spouse: Theodore R. Parker
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    Died November 18, 1955
    (aged 60)
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