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civic leader

Mary Camilla Wallis, American civic leader. Volunteer curator Natural History Foundation Orange County, 1980-1991; board directors Orange County Natural History Museum, since 1996; president Carderock Springs (Maryland) Parent-Teachers Association, 1967; vice president Newport Beach Parent Faculty Organization, 1971; president University California Irvine Town and Gown, 1976-1977. Member Geological Society of America, University Club (Irvine).

Background

Wallis, Mary Camilla was born on November 3, 1923 in Albany, New York, United States. Daughter of Huntington and Mary Camilla (McKim) Williams.

Education

Bachelor, Bryn Mawr College, 1946.

Career

Research assistant Cryogenic Lab Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1946-1952, research associate Applied Physics Laboratory Silver Spring, Maryland, 1952-1955. President Natural History Foundation Orange County, Newport Beach, California, 1978. Docent Newport-Mesa Unified School District, 1972-1980, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, 1956-1964.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles professional journals.

Membership

Volunteer curator Natural History Foundation Orange County, 1980-1991. Board directors Orange County Natural History Museum, since 1996. President Carderock Springs (Maryland) Parent-Teachers Association, 1967.

Vice president Newport Beach Parent Faculty Organization, 1971. President University California Irvine Town and Gown, 1976-1977. Member Geological Society of America, University Club (Irvine).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Fossil collecting, photography.

Connections

Married Richard Fisher Wallis, August 20, 1955. Children: Maria Fisher, Sylvia Camilla.

father:
Huntington Williams

mother:
Mary Camilla (McKim) Williams

spouse:
Richard Fisher Wallis

child:
Maria Fisher Wallis

child:
Sylvia Camilla Wallis