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Chiropractic Journal of Australia : CJA June 2013
Chiropractic Journal of Australia Volume 43 Number 2 June 2013 55 It was through the Special Collections that Wiese developed her relationship with Mary Ann Chance. "It was a professional relationship at frst because she enrolled to come in to use the Special Collections room.” 36 Mary Ann and Rolf both had strong Palmer connections. She would do research on her family's history. On her mother's side, the Chamberlain family was also very infuential in the profession. For many years, they would spend either the week before or the week after Homecoming doing research in the Collections. In 2003, Glenda received her doctor of philosophy degree from the University of Iowa. Dr. Wiese chose to explore the professional experiences of American chiropractors of African descent for her dissertation. As a spinoff, she submitted a paper for the World Federation of Chiropractic's meeting in Australia in 2005. Rolf was the chair of the presentation committee and Mary Ann offered editorial assistance, both to Wiese and to others who submitted to the Chiropractic Journal of Australia. Wiese considers the publication of Chiropractic: an Illustrated History, with Dennis Peterson as co-editor, her second greatest accomplishment. “I remember when I got the frst copy- it was almost like the birth of my third child.” 35 The book was designed to be part of the centennial. Glenda was on the Chiropractic Centennial Foundation as the Association for the History of Chiropractic's representative. She served the Association itself for years as a board member, as secretary, as newsletter editor, as the executive director. Her involvement was acknowledged in 2008 when she was given the title of Executive Director Emeritus. Dr. Wiese’s two daughters have been raised with strong Palmer and chiropractic ties. Her older daughter, Elizabeth, graduated from Palmer in 2010. And although her younger daughter, Audrey, is at Iowa State studying environmental science, her mother does not rule out a chiropractic future for her. Glenda retired from Palmer in 2011 and set sail with her husband for a year-long boating adventure, doing the Great Loop down the Mississippi, up the East Coast and back home through the Great Lakes. Alana Callender, Ed.D. Shipping costs for journals from the U.S. to Australia were so prohibitive that RMACP decided to form an Australian chapter of the Association for the History of Chiropractic, receiving the journals in bulk and distributing them locally. The arrangements were negotiated through me as the AHC Executive Director of the moment. The frst time I remember meeting Mary Ann face to face was during the Chiropractic Research Journal Editors Council meeting. I was awestruck by her, at that meeting and at every subsequent meeting of the CRJEC and during Palmer Homecomings. A CIRCLE OF FRIENDS CALLENDER
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