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A collection of documents, records, and items pertaining to the teaching career of Edna Elizabeth Davis. Edna Elizabeth Davis, a teacher in Kansas public schools, was born February 22, 1892 and died January 8, 1986. Her first post as a teacher was in a one room schoolhouse in 1909 in Greely County, Kansas. She attended State Manual Training Normal School, now called Pittsburg State University, and graduated in 1926 with a B.S. in Education. While at the Kansas State Teacher’s College (Pittsburg State University) she was a member of the Delta Sigma Epsilon sorority. Edna Davis taught from 1909 to 1960 in Greeley County and Elk County, Kansas; in the Eureka school district, and several other towns in Kansas. After teaching for 51 years she retired in 1960.

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SpC MS 0180

Davis, Edna Elizabeth, collection, 1909-1960

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