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Henry Bonner Mcdaniel

Henry Bonner Mcdaniel, American educator. member of faculty, school education, Stanford, from 1946, professor of education and psychology from 1949.

Background

  • Mcdaniel, Henry Bonner was born on March 20, 1903 in Hico, Texas, United States. Son of Henry Blake and Maude (Roberts) Mcdaniel.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University of Arizona, 1925. A.M., 1935; Doctor of Philosophy., Columbia, 1940.

    Career

    • High school teacher, Arizona and California, 1925-1938. Research assistant, Teachers College, Columbia, 1938-1940. Coordinator of guidance, San Diego (California) Public Schools, 1940-1942.

      Chief, bureau of guidance, California State Department Education, 1942-1946. Member of faculty, school education, Stanford, from 1946, professor of education and psychology from 1949. Visiting professor, Columbia, 1941, University of California, 1942, 43, University of California, Los Angeles, 1944.

      Consultant to school systems, California, Washington, Montana, Utah, and Alberta, Canada Diplomate American Board Psychological Examiners. Fellow American Psychological Association (div. of counseling), National Vocational Guidance Association (trustee 1942-1949), California Society for Secondary Education (board directors).

    Works

    • Contributor to various educational journals Speaker educational and civic orgns.

    Religion

    Denomination: Unitarian

    Membership

    Member of faculty, school education, Stanford, from 1946, professor of education and psychology from 1949.

    Connections

    • Married Estella Brown, August 25, 1930. Children: Judith, Rodney.
    • father: Henry Blake Mcdaniel
    • mother: Maude (Roberts) Mcdaniel
    • spouse: Estella Brown
    • children: Judith Mcdaniel
    • Rodney Mcdaniel
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    Born March 20, 1903
    Died February 20, 1972
    (aged 68)
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