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Frederick Dan Hopkins

Frederick Dan Hopkins, American association executive. Recipient Will Ross medal, National Tuberculosis. Association, 1955. Member National Association Social Workers, American Public Health Association, Delta Upsilon.

Background

  • Hopkins, Frederick Dan was born on April 10, 1886 in Weedsport, New York, United States. Son of Lazelle R. and Nancy L. (Kent) Hopkins.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Philosophy, Syracuse (New York) U., 1908.

    Career

    • Reporter, Ithaca (New York) Journal, 1908-1909, Syracuse Post Standard, 1909. In advertising department Franklin Automobile Company, Syracuse, New York, 1910. Inspector New York State Board Charities, 1910-1915.

      Field secretary National Tuberculosis assosiation, New York City. 1915-1919, supervisor field service, 1920, administrative secretary, 1921-1927, executive secretary, 1927-1951, retired, consultant since 1951. Appointed by State Department to represent United States at Conference of International Union against Tuberculosis, Warsaw, 1934, Lisbon, 1937.

      Delegate National Tuberculosis Association to meetings council of International Union, Paris, 1947 and 1948. Official representative Union at meetings of United Nations in New York City.

    Membership

    Member National Association Social Workers, American Public Health Association, Delta Upsilon.

    Connections

    • Married Katherine G. Hinchman, July 21, 1913. Children: Mistress.
    • father: Lazelle R. Hopkins
    • mother: Nancy L. (Kent) Hopkins
    • spouse: Katherine G. Hinchman
    • child: Mrs Hopkins
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