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William Bradford Buck

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William Bradford Buck, American humanitarian. Member National Conference Social Work, State Conference Charities and Correction, National Institute for Social Service, American Alumni Council.; Member Alpha Tau Omega. Indiana.

Background

Buck, William Bradford was born on April 3, 1874 in Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States. Son of George Machan and Anne (Bradford) Buck.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Albion (Mich) College, 1895, A.M., 1896. A.M., Harvard, 1898.

Career

1 son, John Rutledge. Assistant minister Peoples Church, New York City, 1898-1900. Secretary Cuban Orphan Society, 1900-1902, New York County Visiting Committee, 1902-1904.

Superintendent inspection New York State Board of Charities, 1904-1906. Secretary and superintendent Seybert Institution, Philadelphia, 1906-1915. Superintendent New York City Children’s Hospital and Schools, 1915-1916.

Director Sea View Farms, Department of Public Charities, New York City, 1917-1918. Director of refugee relief for American Red Cross, Paris, 1918-1919. Commissioner to Serbia, American Reconstruction Commission, 1920-1921.

Superintendent Speyer Hospital, 1924-1925. Vol. secretary Children’s bureau of Philadelphia, 1907-1908. Member White House Conference on Dependent Children, 1938.

Membership

Member National Conference Social Work, State Conference Charities and Correction, National Institute for Social Service, American Alumni Council. Member Alpha Tau Omega.

Connections

Married Anna Louise Bacorn, August 27, 1904.

father:
George Machan Buck

mother:
Anne (Bradford) Buck

spouse:
Anna Louise Bacorn