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This collection consists of materials created and collected by Mary Sue Deloach Smith as part of her 1999 dissertation, What did it mean to be a boarding teacher in a rural Bulloch County community in the 1930s and 1940s. Materials include In-depth interviews with fourteen people who worked as boarding teachers in Bulloch County, 1930-1940s, and transcription. Additional materials include three commissary account books for John H. Brannen farm, six miles west of Statesboro from 1929-1950s.
Mary Sue DeLoach Smith, Smith, DeLoach, Brannen John H, Elementary school teachers -- Georgia -- Bulloch County -- Biography -- Sources, General stores -- Georgia -- Bulloch County -- History -- Sources, Elementary school teachers, General stores, Georgia -- Bulloch County, History
Gift of Mary Sue Deloach Smith, 1999
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Zach S. Henderson Library Special Collections, "Mary Sue DeLoach Smith papers" (1999). Finding Aids. 108.