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Marion Hathway

educator , social worker

Marion Hathway, American educator, social worker. Member National Conference Social Work (secretary 1949-1950), American Association Social Workers, American Association University Professors.

Background

Hathway, Marion was born on July 31, 1895 in North Tonawanda, New York, United States. Daughter of William W. and Alice R. (Shelley) Hathway.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Radcliffe College, 1916. A.M., University of Chicago, 1927, Doctor of Philosophy., 1933.

Career

Began teaching, 1916. With the Young Women's Christian Association Central Committee, Denver, 1920-1921. Assistant director, bureau attendance Denver Public Schools, 1921-1926.

Faculty member U. Washington, 1927-1931. Member of faculty, assistant director, division social work, U. Pittsburgh, 1932-1938, member of faculty school social work, 1941-1951. Executive secretary American Association Schools Social Work, 1938-1941.

Professor social economy, director graduate department Bryn Mawr (Pennsylvania) College since 1951.

Works

  • Author: The Young Cripple and His Job (social service monograph), 1928. Public Relief in Washington, 1853-1933 (with John Rademaker), 1934. The Migratory Worker and Family Life, 1937.

    Editor, co-author: Education for the Public Social Services, 1941. Editor Social Service Series, Houghton-Mifflin Company.

Membership

Member National Conference Social Work (secretary 1949-1950), American Association Social Workers, American Association University Professors.

Connections

Married Theodore R. Parker, June 6, 1936.

father:
William W. Hathway

mother:
Alice R. (Shelley) Hathway

spouse:
Theodore R. Parker