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Sallie Hamlet Henley Edit Profile

artist , interpreter for the deaf

Sallie Hamlet Henley, American artist, interpreter for the deaf.

Background

Henley, Sallie Hamlet was born on September 29, 1933 in Norfolk, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Charles McDowell and Sarah Speight (White) Hamlet.

Career

Public speaker, Milwaukee, 1968—1971, Houston, since 1971. Book dramatist Milwaukee, 1969—1971, Houston, 1971—1972. Interpreter for deaf Milwaukee, 1969—1971, Houston, since 1971.

Artist Atlanta, 1963—1965, Houston, since 1975.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include Sportsmans Gallery, Hanson Gallery, Town and Country Center, Houston, 1984, The Galleria, Houston.

Membership

Interpreter to deaf Elmbrook Church, Brookfield, Wisconsin, 1969—1970. Narrator, interpreter Deaf Olympics, 1969. Board directors Ephphatha, Inc., Milwaukee, 1969—1970.

Volunteer teacher deaf retardate Fairview North Elementary School, Brookfield, 1970. Secretary Quail Valley Civic Association, 1974—1975. Member of Daughters of the American Revolution, Scottish Society Tidewater, National Society Magna Charta Dames, Registry Interpreters Deaf.

Connections

Married William Franklin Henley, July 21, 1951. Children: William Franklin III, Robert Matthew.

father:
Charles McDowell Hamlet

mother:
Sarah Speight (White) Hamlet

spouse:
William Franklin Henley

children:
William Franklin III Henley

Robert Matthew Henley