Georgia Magdalene Hitchcock Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Pennsylvania State University, 1926. Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1932. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1940.
Teacher, public schools, Millville, Pennsylvania, 1927-1928; teacher, public schools, Girard, Pennsylvania, 1928-1929; teacher, New York City School System, 1931-1960; dietician, Schraft Company. New York City, 1930-1931; retired, 1960.
Active Veterans Hospital, New York City, numerous civic organizations including past secretary, member Permanent Committee for Prevention Juvenile Delinquency, New York City. Formerly active American Red Cross, New York City, Campfire Girls, Girls Scouts United States of America. Volunteer Hamot Hospital, Erie, Pennsylvania, 1974-1975, Meals on Wheels, Northeast.
Past president Northeast Woman's Club. Member Erie County Flower Guild, Northeast Library. Board, Northeast Community Fair Association.
Past board directors New England Woman's Society. Director Jumel Museum, New York City. Member AARP, Daughters of the American Revolution (past board directors, New York State, past regent Triangle chapter-North and Northeast, chairman junior New York State, manager Daughters of the American Revolution Officers Club, Hotel Roosevelt New York City World World War II), Magna Charta Dames, Pennsylvania Garden Club (master accredited judge), Northeast Garden Club (past president), National Masters, Royal Descent, Lawrence Park Garden Club, Westfield Garden Club, Home Makers Garden Club (past president), others.
1927 - 1928
1928 - 1929
1930 - 1931
1931 - 1960