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Arthur Worthington Packard

Arthur Worthington Packard, American social studies educator. Member Council on Foreign Relations, Phi Betta Kappa, Delta Upsilon.

Background

  • Packard, Arthur Worthington was born on May 28, 1901 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Charles Herbert and Charlotte R. (McKean) Packard.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Philosophy, Brown U., 1925. Bachelor of Arts, University of Oxford (England), 1927, A.M., 1932 (Rhodes Scholar).

    Career

    • Teacher Mount Hermon Boys’ School, 1923. Field secretary World Peace Foundation, 1928. Assistant director Institute International Education, 1929.

      Associate John D. Rockefeller, Junior, in matters of philanthropy since 1929. Director and trustee of the Davison Fund, Inc., 1934-1941. Director Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Incorporated.

      Ex-member Budget Committee National War Fund. Trustee Institute International Education, Colonial Williamsburg, Inc. Board fellows Brown U. Chairman Planning Commission, Rye, New York, 1943-1945.

    Religion

    Denomination: Protestant

    Membership

    Member Council on Foreign Relations, Phi Betta Kappa, Delta Upsilon. Clubs: University, American Yacht, Brown, Coffee House, Century.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Whittle Moody, November 24, 1928. Children-David Bruce, William Moody.
    • father: Charles Herbert Packard
    • mother: Charlotte R. (McKean) Packard
    • spouse: Mary Whittle Moody
    • children: David Bruce Packard
    • William Moody Packard
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    Born March 28, 1901
    Died January 25, 1953
    (aged 51)
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