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Ramona Kaiser Bradley, American curator. Recipient Appreciation award Sherman Indian High School, 1977, honored for civic service City and County Riverside, 1980.

Background

Bradley, Ramona Kaiser was born on August 9, 1909 in Hamilton County, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Oliver Barnard and Grace Lytle (Edwards) Kaiser.

Education

Student, Oakhurst College, Cincinnati, 1928. Student, Schuster-Martin School Drama, Cincinnati, 1933.

Career

Secretary to patent attorney, Cincinnati, 1939-1954. Curator Sherman Indian Museum, Riverside, California, since 1970. Consultant Title IV Project, Indian education Riverside School District.

Religion

Everybody can reach the love of God. Salvation is for everyone who turns to God.

Politics

Every human being regardless of its race, gender or sexual orientation should have all human and civil rights.

Views

Language of offensive nature with regard to race, ethnicity or nationality does not indicate the value of each individual and contradicts the teaching of Jesus Christ.

Membership

Board directors Riverside Library., 1966-1974, Riverside Cultural Heritage, 1974-1980. Member National League American Pen Women, D.A.R. (Honor award 1981), Daughters American Colonists, Printing House Craftsmen, Inland Empire Museum Consortium, Powwow Sherman (honorary guest 1989), Citrus Belt Club (honorary).

Connections

Married Judson M. Bradley, September 4, 1954.

father:
Oliver Barnard Kaiser

mother:
Grace Lytle (Edwards) Kaiser

spouse:
Judson M. Bradley