ADA Presidents Album
Doctor Hine, of Indianapolis, became the one-hundred-andsecond president of the Association at the 1965 meeting in Las Vegas. Late in 1965, the Association headquarters moved to its new, 22-story building at 211 East Chicago A venue in Chicago. Doctor Hine's professional career culminated in several years of service as chancellor of the Indiana-Purdue University at Indianapolis. He served as president of the Federation Dentaire Internationale in 1975-1977. For 23 years he was dean of the Indiana University School of Dentistry. Doctor Hine, a periodontist, served the Association as a member of the Board of Trustees, the House of Delegates, the Council on Dental Education, and the Council on Dental Research. He received the Association's Distinguished Service Award in 1975. He was president of the American Association of Dental Schools, International Association for Dental Research, American Association of Dental Editors, American Association of Endodontists, and American Academy of Periodontology. Doctor Hine was the author of several books on periodontics, pathology, and preventive dentistry, and edited the Journal of Periodontology for many years. He was born in Indiana in 1907
American Dental Association, "ADA President 1965-1966: Maynard Kiplinger Hine" (1977). ADA Presidents. 50.