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Dorothy Winchester Bradley

government official , social worker

Dorothy Winchester Bradley, American government official, social worker.

Background

Bradley, Dorothy Winchester was born on February 7, 1909 in Hutchinson, Kansas, United States. Daughter of Stanley Allen and Edith (Carey) Winchester.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Univercity Iowa, 1932. Master of Arts, University of Chicago, 1938.

Career

December 1968). Social worker Reno County, Hutchinson, 1933-1934. Supervisor Family Transient Service, Kansas City, Kansas, 1934-1936. Child welfare worker, consultant, supervisor Kansas Department Social welfare, 1938-1942.

District child welfare supervisor Indianapolis, Department Public Welfare, 1942-1945. Director Division Children, Youth and Their Families, Kansas Department Social and Rehabilitation Services, Topeka, 1945-1975. Director, Winchester Packing Company.

Membership

Member Kansas Gov’s. Interagy. Council on Children and Youth, Kansas Government's Advisory Committee on Mental Retardation. Member Kansas Government's committee attending White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1950, 60, State White House Planning Committee, 1970.

Member American Public Welfare Association, Child Welfare League American, National, State confs. social welfare, National Association Education Young Children, National, Kansas (director) rehabilitation associations, Kansas Council for Children and Youth, Philanthropic Educational Organization (P.E.O.), Kappa Kappa Gamma.

Connections

Married John D. Bradley, February 26, 1946 (deceased.

father:
Stanley Allen Winchester

mother:
Edith (Carey) Winchester

spouse:
John D. Bradley