ADA Presidents Album
Doctor Camalier, of Washington, D.C., became the seventyfifth president of the Association at the 1937 meeting in Atlantic City. Doctor Camalier, a general practitioner, established the Washington office of the Association in 1946, and represented the Association to the U.S. Congress and official agencies until his retirement in 1963. During World War II he was chairman of the War Services Committee and a member of the Advisory Committee for Selective Service. Doctor Camalier served as assistant secretary of the Association and as president of the American Association of Dental Examiners and the American Academy of the History of Dentistry. He was born in the District of Columbia in 1887 and died in 1976.
American Dental Association, "ADA President 1937-1938: C. Willard Camalier" (1977). ADA Presidents. 21.