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Editor , association executive

Walter Albert Graves, American association executive, editors Recipient Community Action Volunteer Service awards United Planning Organisation,1970-1971. Served with United States Naval Intelligence, 1942-1946. Member American Society Association Executives, American Society Business Press Editors, Ednl. Press Association, Federal Schoolmen's Club, Horace Mann League, National Education Association, Society National Association Publs.

Background

Graves, Walter Albert was born on January 28, 1920 in Elmira, New York, United States. Son of Fritz Karl and Bernice Julia (Miller) Graves.

Education

Certificate in journalism, Northwestern University, 1936; Bachelor of Arts, Syracuse University, 1941; A.M., Syracuse University, 1942; Doctor of Education, George Washington University, 1966.

Career

Reporter, Elmira (New York) Star-Gazette, 1940; teacher English, Syracuse (New York) Public Schools, 1941; teacher English, Marcellus (New York) Public Schools, 1941; assistant editor, National Education Association, Washington, 1946-1965; associate editor, National Education Association, 1965-1968; managing editor, National Education Association, 1968-1975; editor, National Education Association, 1975-1980; teacher journalism workshops. Tutor District of Columbia public schools, 1970-1971.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

Served with United States Naval Intelligence, 1942-1946. Member American Society Association Executives, American Society Business Press Editors, Educational Press Association, Federal Schoolmen's Club, Horace Mann League, National Education Association, Society National Association Publications.

Connections

Married Joanne Hutton Gardner, March 3, 1950. 1 son, Randall Walter.

father:
Fritz Karl Graves

mother:
Bernice Julia (Miller) Graves

spouse:
Joanne Hutton Gardner