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Marjorie Whited Cummins, American writer. Certified music supervisor. Grantee California Council for Humanities 1983, Kings County Cultural Arts Council, Cultural Council for Humanities, Kings County History Society. Participant California Indian Conferences, 1985, 86, 87. Member American Association of University Women (Hanford-Lemoore branch award), California Retired Teachers Association, Burris Park County Museum (advisory committee member).

Background

Cummins, Marjorie Whited was born on November 3, 1906 in Ashland, Oregon, United States. Daughter of Harry Lincoln and Bertha Ellen (Colton) Whited.

Education

Bachelor in Music, Pomona College, 1927.

Career

Music teacher, Shasta County Schools, Fall River Mills, California, 1928-1930;music teacher, Fresno (California) County Schools, 1930-1932;elementary music supervisor, Mill Valley (California) Elementary Schools, 1932-1938;county music supervisor, Kings County, Hanford, California, 1938-1942.

Achievements

  • Certified music supervisor.

Membership

Participant California Indian Conferences, 1985, 86, 87. Member American Association of University Women (Hanford-Lemoore branch award), California Retired Teachers Association, Burris Park County Museum (advisory committee member).

Connections

Married John Ferdinand Cummins, January 24, 1942 (deceased 1962). Children: Michael Roderick and Robert Craig.

father:
Harry Lincoln Whited

mother:
Bertha Ellen (Colton) Whited

spouse:
John Ferdinand Cummins

child:
Michael Roderick and Robert Craig Cummins