Abstract: Dr. Marjorie Johnson was a trailblazer for women chiropractors. She began her journey in a one-room schoolhouse in rural Illinois and ended up becoming a chiropractor and professor with a Ph.D. in education. She went to Palmer College of Chiropractic and participated in several extracurricular activities. She discusses what chiropractic college was like back in the early 1960s during the start of the Women's Rights movement. She also discusses her professional career as a chiropractor, her hobbies, and her retirement.
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