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Katharine Davis Hardwick

teacher , social worker

Katharine Davis Hardwick, American teacher, social worker. Member American Association Social Workers, Phi Beta Kappa, Gamma Phi Beta.; Club: College of Boston.

Background

Hardwick, Katharine Davis was born on January 8, 1886 in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Charles Franklin and Annie Williams (Clapp) Hardwick.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Boston University, 1907. In social service exchange, Boston Family Welfare Society, 1907-1908, case worker, 1908, district secretary, 1909-1917. Field worker Intercollegiate Community Service, 1917-1918.

Field worker American Red Cross, New England Division, 1918-1919, supervisor of field workers, 1919-1925, director of institutes, 1920-1922, div. executive secretary, 1922-1925. Lecturer Simmons College School of Social Work, Boston, 1919-1925, assistant director, 1925-1929, director since 1929. Consultant Boston Public Welfare Association, 1934.

Social service director and assistant administrator in charge social services, Emergency Relief Administration (Massachusetts), 1934-1935.

Career

Director, 1925-1929, dir.

Membership

Member American Association Social Workers, Phi Beta Kappa, Gamma Phi Beta. Club: College of Boston.

Connections

father:
Charles Franklin Hardwick

mother:
Annie Williams (Clapp) Hardwick