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educator , occupational therapist.

Henrietta Williamson Mcnary, American educator, occupational therapist.

Background

Mcnary, Henrietta Williamson was born on July 20, 1905 in Milwaukee. Daughter of John Foster and Mildred (Anderson) McNary.

Education

Graduate student Northwestern University, Western Res.

Career

With Milwaukee Curative Workshop, 1928-1930. Director occupational therapy Northwestern University Medical School, 1930-1935. Director occupational therapy and physical therapy Association for Crippled and Disabled, Cleveland, 1935-1939.

Director department occupational therapy, Horace H. A. Upham professor occupational therapy Milwaukee-Downer College, since 1939. Member Nursing School committee Columbia Hospital, since 1955. Consultant to Council on Medical Edition and Hosps. of American Medical Association, 1947, co-chairman advising committee occupational therapy education.

Member health div. Executive Committee United Community Service, Milwaukee.

Membership

Member of committee multiple sclerosis Milwaukee Community Welfare Council. Member American (president 1952-1955, chairman council on education, 1955-1956), Wisconsin (director) occupational therapy associations, Northern Ohio (president 1936-1938), Illinois (president 1934) associations for occupational therapy, American Council on Education, Wisconsin Mental Hygiene Society, Wisconsin Designer Craftsmen, Wisconsin Education Association, World Federation Occupational Therapists.

Connections

father:
John Foster McNary

mother:
Mildred (Anderson) McNary