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Women Students in the University of North Carolina_ 1897-1922

Women Students in the University of North Carolina_ 1897-1922
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Title: Women Students in the University of North Carolina_ 1897-1922
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WOMEN STUDENTS
IN THE
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH
CAROLINA
1897-1922

Published by the University of North Carolina
Women’s Association


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Foreword

This year marks the twenty-fifth anniversaryof the admission of women into the Universityand so it has seemed fitting that it should bethe occasion of a general alumnae reunion. Itis with pleasure that we, the members of theU. N. C. Woman’s Association, welcome youback to your Alma Mater, you pioneers in thecause of coeducation in North Carolina. Weonly wish it were possible for you all to bewith us for this commencement but since it isnot, in order to introduce you to each other, wehave published this little pamphlet in which wehave tried to list every girl who has studied atthe University since Mary MacRae registeredtwenty-five years ago.

We wish to thank each one of you for theinterest you have shown in your answers to thequestionnaires we sent out. For the sake ofthose who could not read these we regret thatwe could not quote them all in toto, but wefound it necessary to confine ourselves to a fewfacts in each case.

We hope you are going to enjoy this reunion—somuch so, indeed, that you will want to comeback often. It is certain that there is a brightfuture ahead of coeducation here at the University,and it is up to us who have staked ourclaim on the frontier line to help push on intothe fairer land beyond. The interest and aidof our alumnae will mean a great deal in carryingon the good work, always with this goal inview—that the same pride our brothers feelin being Carolina men may thrill our hearts atthe thought of being Carolina women.

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ROLL OF ALUMNAE

Ahern, Angela Beatrice

192 Farmington Ave., Hartford, Conn.

U. N. C., 1898-99.

 

Ahern, Katherine Cecilia

192 Farmington Ave., Hartford, Conn.

A. B. Smith College; A. M. U. N. C., 1899.

 

Alexander, Julia McGehee

Charlotte, N. C.

Law student U. N. C., 1913. Attorney at law.

 

Allen, Daisy Burrows

(Mrs. L. L. Brinkley)

Elm City, N. C.

Graduate N. C. C. W.; B. S. in chemistryU. N. C., 1907. Chemist with State Dept. ofAgriculture.

 

Allen, Julia Washington

(Mrs. B. F. Green)

Blackstone Apartments, Muskogee, Okla.

A. B. Randolph Macon Woman’s College; U. N.C., 1917-18.

 

Allen, Sallie

Warrenton, N. C.

A. B. U. N. C., 1922.

 

Alley, Reuben Gertrude

1311 W. 22nd St., Philadelphia, Pa.

B. S. Greensboro College; U. N. C., 1920-21;at present medical student in Philadelphia.

 

Allison, Frances Lou

1528 Austin Ave., Waco, Tex.

U. N. C., 1900-01.

 

Amburgey, Mary Eleanor

413 Baltimore St., Middletown, Ohio.

Law student U. N. C., 1918-19.

 

Andrews, Agnes

Chapel Hill, N. C.

U. N. C., 1918-19. Teacher.

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Andrews, Elva Dare

Chapel Hill, N. C.

U. N. C., 1921—

 

Andrews, Ola Blanche

Bethel, N. C.

A. B. U. N. C., 1920. Teacher in Bethel School.

 

Archer, Frances Randolph

State Normal, Athens, Ga.

U. N. C., 1903-04; library course in Atlanta.Taught in Chapel Hill, Marion, and Falkland.Librarian, Talladega and Birmingham; now librarian,Georgia State Normal.

 

Austin, Bertha

Rising Fawn, Ga.

U. N. C., 1921—

 

Averitt, Beatrice

Fayetteville, N. C.

Ph. G. U. N. C., 1922. For two years assistantpharmacist with H. R. Horne and Sons,Fayetteville.

 

Avery, Gladys Love

(Mrs. C. W. Tillett, Jr.)

6 West 11th St., Charlotte, N. C.

Graduate N. C. C. W.; A. B., U. N. C., 1917.Married June, 1917; has two children, a sonand a daughter.

 

Babbitt, Elizabeth H. Clarke

(Mrs.)

10 Change St., New Berne, N. C.

Training School for Teachers of the Deaf, Providence,R. I.; U. N. C., 1920-21; now studyingin Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania.Has one daughter, Elizabeth Howerton Babbitt,born Nov. 5, 1913.

 

Bacon, Mabel Louise

Box 612, Mount Airy, N. C.

B. S. Catawba College; A. M. U. N. C., 1921.Teacher in Mount Airy High School.

 

Baldwin, Annie Elizabeth

Apex, N. C.

U. N. C., 1919-20. Teacher.

 

Barnes, Lelia Leavitt

Norfolk, Va.

U. N. C., 1912.

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Barton, Agnes Hyde

(Mrs. J. O. Dysart)

605 Sims Ave., Columbia, S. C.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; A. B. U. N. C.,1917. Teacher at St. Mary’s, 1917-18. MarriedJune 7, 1918. Worked in bank in Hartford,Conn., while Lt. Dysart was in France.Has two children, Beatrice and John Overton, Jr.

 

Batts, Katherine Galloway

Tarboro, N. C.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; A. B. U. N. C.,1922.

 

Berry, Harriet Morehead

301 Hendrix St., Greensboro, N. C.

Graduate N. C. C. W.; U. N. C., 1901-02.Teacher Oxford Orphan Asylum two years; secretaryand statistician N. C. Geol. Survey 1905-1920,taking full charge of administrative workwhile the State Geologist, Dr. J. H. Pratt, wasoverseas; At present editor, Department of N. C.Industries and Resources, Greensboro DailyNews. Acting secretary Southern AppalachianGood Roads Assoc., N. C. Drainage Assoc., andAmerican Assoc. State Highway Officials; secretaryN. C. Good Roads Assoc; vice-presidentState Suffrage League. Conducted legislativecampaign for state system of highways in 1921.

 

Berry, Margaret Kollock

301 Hendrix St., Greensboro, N. C.

A. B. U. N. C.. 1913, LL. B., 1915. Attorneyat law.

 

Bingham, Pauline Harriet Minerva

Rutherwood, N. C.

Ph. G. U. N. C., 1921. Two years as assistantpharmacist with C. E. King and Sons, Durham,and Munds Pharmacy, Wilmington.

 

Bourne, Katharine Wimberly

Box 1115, San Juan, Porto Rico

U. N. C., 1918-19. Taught in Chapel Hill andSalisbury; at present teaching in an Episcopalschool in San Juan.

 

Boyd, Mary Catharine Cole

104 Pollock St., New Berne, N. C.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; N. C. C. W.;U. N. C., 1921—

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Bradford, Marion D. Stuart

1521 Delaware Ave., Wilmington, Del.

Law School, U. N. C., 1919-20.

 

Bradshaw, Addie

Lenoir, N. C.

Ph. G. U. N. C., 1922.

 

Branson, Elizabeth Lanier

Chapel Hill, N. C.

St. Mary’s School; U. N. C., 1921—

 

Breazeale, Elizabeth

237 S. Melville St., Philadelphia, Pa.

A. B. U. N. C., 1917. Teacher in William PennHigh School.

 

Brogden, Mildred Cora

Calypso, N. C.

Flora Macdonald College; U. N. C., 1921—

 

Bryan, Jean

Chapel Hill, N. C.

Salem College; U. N. C., 1915-16. Has beenteaching for five years.

 

Bryant, Eugenia

Chapel Hill, N. C.

University of Cincinnati; U. N. C., 1921—

 

Busbee, Christiana

Address unknown.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; A. B. U. N. C.,1902; Cornell University. Teacher. Phi BetaKappa.

 

Bynum, Minna Curtis

(Mrs. Archibald Henderson)

Chapel Hill, N. C.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; Ph. B. and A. M.U. N. C., 1902. Married, 1903. Has five children,three daughters and two sons; her oldestdaughter now a student in the University. PhiBeta Kappa.

 

Camp, Cordelia

Court House, Winston-Salem, N. C.

Graduate Asheville Normal School; A. B. U. N.C., 1920. Supervisor of rural schools in ForsythCounty.

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Carson, Maud Craig

Asheboro, N. C.

A. B. Queens College; A. B. U. N. C., 1918.Taught two years in Winston-Salem High School.Secretary Student Organization of Seminary andof Student Volunteer Union of Greater NewYork 1921-22. Completed course in BiblicalSeminary in May, 1922, and will soon be sentto Japan. Hopes that no alumnae who may visitJapan will fail to come to see her.

 

Cartwright, Clintonia Richardson

100 S. Road St., Elizabeth City, N. C.

U. N. C., 1903-04. Author of a number ofpoems.

 

Cates, Claudia May

R. F. D., Chapel Hill, N. C.

U. N. C., 1919-20. Teaching in Orange CountySchools.

 

Cates, Ola Permelia

Chapel Hill, N. C.

U. N. C., 1921—

 

Cato, Alma Odeska

Gastonia, N. C.

Bessie Tift College; U. N. C., 1920—

 

Cheek, Viola Rosalind

R. F. D., Chapel Hill, N. C.

U. N. C., 1919-20.

 

Clegg, Elsie

Highland Ave., Greensboro, N. C.

A. B. Guilford College; A. M. U. N. C., 1921.Teacher in Gibsonville High School.

 

Clegg, Marie

Highland Ave., Greensboro, N. C.

A. B. Guilford College; A. M. U. N. C., 1921.Teacher in Greensboro High School.

 

Cobb, Lucy Maria

La. State University, Baton Rouge, La.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; N. C. C. W.; A. B.U. N. C., 1921; has completed everything butthesis for A. M. degree at U. N. C. Has taughtin many towns in N. C.; was local editor HighPoint Enterprise; taught home economics inFarm Life School in Wilson County; home demonstrationagent for Duplin County duringthe war and served as assistant county food administrator.A collection of her poems is beingpublished by the Poet Lore Society of Boston.

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Cobb, Mary Louisa

Chapel Hill, N. C.

A. B. U. N. C., 1921. Secretary, Bureau ofCorrespondence and Class Instruction, UniversityExtension Division. Phi Beta Kappa.

 

Cooper, Esther

1309 N. Franklin St., Danville, Ill.

U. N. C., 1920-21. With American Red Cross.

 

Cooper, Nina Horner

Oxford, N. C.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; A. B. U. N. C.,1922.

 

Corpening, Cora Zetta

(Dr.)

Suffolk, Va.

Medical student U. N. C., 1914-16; M. D. TulaneUniversity, 1918; post graduate student N. Y.Post graduate Medical School, 1921. MarriedJuly 17, 1919, to Mr. C. W. Kornegay but retainsmaiden name. General practitioner in Norfolk,Va., for one year and then became residentphysician in Lakeview Hospital, Suffolk. MemberSouthside and Seaboard Medical Societies ofVirginia and has read several papers beforethese bodies.

 

Cramer, Mary Eva

160 Claremont St., New York City

A. B. U. N. C., 1917.

 

Crawford, Marion

524 Spring St., Atlanta, Ga.

U. N. C., 1920-21. With Southern Division,American Red Cross.

 

Crawley, Hanna Fennell

Farmville, Va.

U. N. C., 1898-99. Teacher.

 

Cross, Kathryn

Gatesville, N. C.

U. N. C., 1920—

 

Cutlar, Lillie Fielding Poisson

708 S. Main St., Winston-Salem, N. C.

Salem College, 1919-20; U. N. C., 1920—

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Dameron, Julia Mangum

Warrenton, N. C.

A. B. U. N. C., 1908; A. M. Columbia University.Professor of Latin, N. C. C. W. until1918; for several years editor of The AlumnaeNews, N. C. C. W. At present housekeeper andnurse, club and community worker, secretary ofWarrenton School Board.

 

Davis, Mary George

Address unknown.

U. N. C., 1903. Secretarial work and interiordecorating.

 

Denham, Adeline

Chapel Hill, N. C.

A. B. U. N. C., 1922.

 

DeVaughn, Bessie

(Mrs.)

617 Glenwood Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio

U. N. C., 1920-21.

 

Dodd, Cecye Roanna

(Mrs. Fanning Craig)

Address unknown.

U. N. C., 1897-98.

 

Doughton, Martha Rebecca

Salem College, Winston-Salem, N. C.

A. B. Guilford College; A. M. U. N. C., 1918.Member of faculty of Salem College.

 

Duncan, Annie Virginia

Beaufort, N. C.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; U. N. C., 1921—

 

Emry, Opal Ione Tillman

(Mrs. C. R.)

Weldon, N. C.

LL. B. U. N. C., 1919. Has one daughter,Charlotte Anne.

 

Eubanks, Margaret

Chapel Hill, N. C.

Peace Institute; U. N. C., 1920—

 

Faires, Rosabelle Simonton

(Mrs.)

Statesville, N. C.

A. M. U. N. C., 1909.

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Faison, Ellen John

(Mrs. Sasser)

Raleigh, N. C.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; U. N. C., 1902-03.

 

Fitzgerald, Margaret W.

Danville, Va.

Danville Commercial College; U. N. C., 1921—

 

Foltz, Dorothy Eleanor

3 Cemetery St., Winston-Salem, N. C.

Completed pharmacy course U. N. C., 1920:Assistant pharmacist Matinee Drug Co., Bethel,1920-21; assistant pharmacist Munds Pharmacy,Wilmington, 1921.

 

Freeman, Rachel

Dobson, N. C.

N. C. C. W.; A. B. U. N. C., 1920. Mathematicsteacher in Wilson High School, 1920-21;Salisbury High School, 1921-22.

 

Gattis, Alice Lee

Chapel Hill, N. C.

A. B. U. N. C., 1922.

 

Gattis, Lillian Foushee

Chapel Hill, N. C.

U. N. C., 1919—

 

Ghent, Marguerite

Dothan, Ala.

U. N. C., 1921—

 

Goforth, Caroline L.

318 McClintock Bldg., Denver, Colo.

Graduate N. C. C. W.; U. N. C., 1918-19;Columbia University and National TrainingSchool of the Y. W. C. A., 1919-20. Taughtin Jamestown High School, 1917-18; studentsecretary, Y. W. C. A., for colleges and universitiesin Utah, Kansas, Wyoming, and Colorado.

 

Goforth, Willard

(Mrs. E. Eybers)

Stellenbasch Univ., Stellenbasch, South Africa

N. C. C. W., 1916-18; U. N. C., 1918-19; BarnardCollege, 1919-20. Married July, 1920.

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Graves, Mary DeBerniere

(Mrs. A. D. Rees)

308 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.

St. Mary’s School; Stuart Hall; U. N. C., 1905-06;Maryland Institute; Academy of Fine Arts,Philadelphia. Advertising and illustrating workfor New York World and Judge; illustratedarticles in Saturday Magazine of New YorkEvening Post and Sunday Tribune. MarriedSept. 18, 1919; has one son, Arthur Pembroke.

 

Greenlaw, Dorothy Durland

Chapel Hill, N. C.

U. N. C., 1918—

 

Grimes, Alice Dugger

(Mrs. Walter H.)

Raleigh, N. C.

Graduate St. Mary’s School; U. N. C., 1907-08.Has one son.

 

Ham, Mattie

(Mrs. J. A. McRae)

303 Monroe Road, Charlotte, N. C.

Law student U. N. C., 1914-15. Fourth womanlawyer to pass Supreme Court examination.Practiced law several months. Was married Jan.22, 1916; has three children, two sons and onedaughter. Member D. A. R.

 

Hamilton, Martha Metzger

(Mrs. T. H.)

Chapel Hill, N. C.

U. N. C., 1921—

 

Hand, Erwin Robinson

(Mrs. J. K.)

Charlotte, N. C.

U. N. C., 1905-06.

 

Hankins, Melissa M.

4722 Springfield Ave., Philadelphia, Pa.

A. B. Salem

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