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Museum director

Anita Manning, museum director. Grantee, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1969-1970, Seminar History Administrators, 1973. Member of Hawaiian History Society, Hawaiian Botanical Society, Hawaii Museums Association (vice president 1971), Hawaii Audubon Society (recording secretary 1980), American Association State & Local History, Registrar's Committee (Hawaii) (representative 1983-1984), American Association Museum, Sierra Club.

Background

Manning, Anita was born on November 26, 1946 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Daughter of Howard Emsley and Frances Louise (Nihma) Manning.

Education

Associate of Arts, Palomar Junior College, 1967. Bachelor, San Diego State College, 1969. Postgrad, University Hawaii, 1972.

Career

Curatorial assistant Museum Man, San Diego, 1968—1969. Education specialist Bishop Museum, Honolulu, 1970—1971, registrar, 1971—1985, assistant director, collection manager, since 1985. Supervisor Boston University Law School Summer Interns, Honolulu, 1978.

Trainer museology students, 1973—1981. Lecturer various colleges universities. Secretary Ala Wai Community Gardens, Honolulu, 1982.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional publications.

Membership

Member of Hawaiian History Society, Hawaiian Botanical Society, Hawaii Museums Association (vice president 1971), Hawaii Audubon Society (recording secretary 1980), American Association State & Local History, Registrar's Committee (Hawaii) (representative 1983-1984), American Association Museum, Sierra Club.

Connections

Married Steven Lee Montogomery Manning, December 21, 1982.

father:
Howard Emsley Manning

mother:
Frances Louise (Nihma) Manning

spouse:
Steven Lee Montogomery Manning