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Corporation executive

Joseph Milton Mcdaniel, American corporation executive. Served from Lieutenant to commander, United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946.; Member Council on Foreign Relations, Kappa Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa.

Background

Mcdaniel, Joseph Milton was born on March 1, 1902 in Baltimore. Son of Joseph Milton and Georgia DeSalles (Katzenberger) Mcdaniel.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Johns Hopkins 1924, Doctor of Philosophy, 1930. Master of Arts (honorary), Dartmouth, 1939. Doctor of Laws, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, Davis and Elkins College.

Doctor of Hebrew Literature, Lewis College.

Career

1 son, John Milton. Professor economics U. Delaware, Newark, 1928-1929, Dartmouth, 1930-1942. Special assistant to secretary of commerce, 1946-1947. Professor economics Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 1947-1948, dean school commerce, 1949-1950.

Assistant to director Ford Foundation, 1950-1952, secretary, 1953-1967, consultant, 1967-1969. Chairman of the Board Ford Fund for Adult Education, 1965-1967, Andrews Hart Corporation, New York City. Director emeritus United Brands Corporation, Revco D.S., Inc., Cadence Corporation, Oppenheimer Fund, Oppenheimer Time Fund, Oppenheimer American Institute of Management Fund, Oppenheimer Special Fund, Oppenheimer Tax-Free Bond Fund.

Cons. United States National Resources Planning Board, 1939-1941. Member N.E. Labor Supply Board, 1940-1941. Assistant to the United States special representative in Europe, ECA, also assistant to administration, Washington, 1949-1950.

Assistant United States representative 4th session Economics Commission Europe, Geneva, 1949. Member United States Civil Service Committee on Expert Examiners. Trustee Johns Hopkins University.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Introduction to Social Sciences, 2 vols., 1939. Don’t Bank on It, 1969.

Membership

Served from Lieutenant to commander, United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946. Member Council on Foreign Relations, Kappa Sigma, Omicron Delta Kappa. Clubs: Johns Hopkins (New York City).

Connections

Married Eileen Dorothy Driver, September 4, 1930.

father:
Joseph Milton Mcdaniel

mother:
Georgia DeSalles (Katzenberger) Mcdaniel

spouse:
Eileen Dorothy Driver