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Henrietta Williamson Mcnary

Henrietta Williamson Mcnary, American educator, occupational therapist.

Background

  • Mcnary, Henrietta Williamson was born on July 20, 1905 in Milwaukee. Daughter of John Foster and Mildred (Anderson) McNary.

  • Education

    • Graduate student Northwestern University, Western Res.

    Career

    • With Milwaukee Curative Workshop, 1928-1930. Director occupational therapy Northwestern University Medical School, 1930-1935. Director occupational therapy and physical therapy Association for Crippled and Disabled, Cleveland, 1935-1939.

      Director department occupational therapy, Horace H. A. Upham professor occupational therapy Milwaukee-Downer College, since 1939. Member Nursing School committee Columbia Hospital, since 1955. Consultant to Council on Medical Edition and Hosps. of American Medical Association, 1947, co-chairman advising committee occupational therapy education.

      Member health div. Executive Committee United Community Service, Milwaukee.

    Membership

    Member of committee multiple sclerosis Milwaukee Community Welfare Council. Member American (president 1952-1955, chairman council on education, 1955-1956), Wisconsin (director) occupational therapy associations, Northern Ohio (president 1936-1938), Illinois (president 1934) associations for occupational therapy, American Council on Education, Wisconsin Mental Hygiene Society, Wisconsin Designer Craftsmen, Wisconsin Education Association, World Federation Occupational Therapists.

    Connections

    • father: John Foster McNary
    • mother: Mildred (Anderson) McNary
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    Born July 20, 1905
    Died January 6, 1962
    (aged 56)
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