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Pikeville College Teachers, Early 1920s, circa 1920s

 Item
Identifier: E00008
Pikeville College Teachers, Early 1920s

Scope and Contents

Identical to E00007. Originally belonged to Alice J. Kinder.

Front Row, left to right: Sarah Wilson from PA (Became Mrs. Collis P. Hudson, later Mrs. Melvin Voice of Florida); William McKinley Justice (taught 8th grade, also teachers who came in for normal school training); Ruth Greer, daughter of R.T. Greer, sister to Faye Sharpe, married Louis Crane; David Noble (came from Moody Bible Institute); Bess Craig from Grove City, PA (English and history teacher); Wendell "Maggie" Magee of Slippery Rock, PA (basketball coach); either Miss Odom (Spanish teacher) or Miss Hazlett or a grade school teacher

Back Row, left to right: Mr. Allen Starke (Dr. Record's secretary, also typing teacher); Miss Frances Crane from PA (chaperoned girls and was music teacher); Mary I. Spilman (taught math and Bible); Dr. James F. Record (President of Pikeville College); Emma Tackaberry (piano teacher); T.M. Riddle of Pikeville (taught teachers who came in for normal school training); Miss Alice Record, in front of Mr. Riddle (daughter of Dr. Record, taught Latin); English Hammet Kendrick (daughter of Dr. J. Harvey Hammet, one-time President of Pikeville College and wife of Tobias James Kendrick, who taught primary grades); Jean Auxier of Pikeville (Latin teacher)

Dates

  • circa 1920s

Extent

From the Collection: 15 Cubic Feet (5 filing cabinet drawers 17 photo boxes)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Physical Facet

Sepia.

Repository Details

Part of the Frank M. Allara Library Repository

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