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Hettie Hazlett Bonnell

Hettie Hazlett Bonnell, American past member Republican National Committee. Co-chairman Orthopedic Workshop for Handicapped, Arnes Hospital, St. Louis; national board Women's Medical College Pennsylvania; member board Baltimore Family and Children's Society, Children's Hospital School, James Lawrence Kernan Children's Hospital; member board Junior League of St. Louis, Baltimore; pioneer, past chairman Service Men's Club.

Background

  • Bonnell, Hettie Hazlett was born on February 4, 1898 in Wheeling, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of Edward and Jessie (List) Hazlett.

  • Education

    • Student, Smith College, 1917. Bachelor of Science in Social Science, Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1920.

    Career

    • Recreational director national Young Women’s Christian Association, 1919. Survey staff, special field representative National Child Labor Committee, 1920-1921. Executive secretary Children's Code Commission, West Virginia, 1921-1923.

      1st woman chairman United States Assay Commission, 1953. Pioneer Ten O'Clock Club for Republican presidential campaigns, 1948, 52. Vice president Maryland Federation Republican Women, 1954-1956.

      Orgd., taught political workshops, 1954. Vice chairman Republican State Century, Central Committee. Member Republican National Committee for Maryland, 1958-1965.

    Works

    • Author: Political Primer, 1954.

    Membership

    Co-chairman Orthopedic Workshop for Handicapped, Arnes Hospital, St. Louis. National board Women's Medical College Pennsylvania. Member board Baltimore Family and Children's Society, Children's Hospital School, James Lawrence Kernan Children's Hospital.

    Member board Junior League of St. Louis, Baltimore. Pioneer, past chairman Service Men's Club.

    Connections

    • Married Robert Owen Bonnell, June 23, 1923. Children: Edwina Hazlett Havens, Robert Owen.
    • father: Edward Hazlett
    • mother: Jessie (List) Hazlett
    • spouse: Robert Owen Bonnell
    • children: Edwina Hazlett Havens Bonnell
    • Robert Owen Bonnell
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    • 1917
      Smith College
    • 1920
      Carnegie Institute of Technology
    • 1919
      Recreational director, national Young Women's Christian Association
    • 1920 - 1921
      survey staff
    • 1921 - 1923
      executive, secretary Children's Code Commission
      West Virginia, United States
    • 1953
      1st woman chairman, United States Assay Commission