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Donald Joseph Carty

Donald Joseph Carty, American educator. Club, New York City).; Club: Columbia University (New York City).

Background

  • Carty, Donald Joseph was born on June 27, 1908 in Methuen, Massachusetts, United States. Son of William Joseph and Nora Agnes (Whatmore) Carty.

  • Education

    • Student Boston College, 1925-1926. Student Harvard, summer 1930. Student New York University.

    Career

    • Instructor in speech, St. Edward’s U., 1930-1931. Lecturer in speech, Boston College, 1934. Instructor in speech, Augustinian Academy, Staten Island, 1941.

      Instructor in English, Horace Mann School for Boys, Teachers College, Columbia, 1944-1945. Visiting assistant professor of English, College of Mount St. Vincent, New York City, 1943. Assistant professor of English, United States Army, Specialized Training Program, Manhattan College, New York City, 1943-1944.

      Field supervisor. Engineering, Science and Management War Training Program, 1941-1945, head department of speech, director of drama, since 1934. Director Manhattan College Players since 1934, Manhattan College Experimental Theatre since 1948. Drama consultant; tournament adviser, Hearst National Tournament of Orators, New York, Member American Association University professors, Speech Association of America.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Club, New York City). Club: Columbia University (New York City).

    Connections

    • father: William Joseph Carty
    • mother: Nora Agnes (Whatmore) Carty
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    Died August 22, 1954
    (aged 46)
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