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M. Louise Randall Collection (SMC 57)


Biographical Note

According to the draft of her obituary, Mildred Louise Randall was born in Cleveland, Ohio “at the turn of the century” (7 January, 1900). She lived in New York State until 1920 when she moved to Columbus, Georgia. She was a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology and Auburn University. She did post-graduate work at Columbia University in New York, the University of Florida, the University of Georgia, Georgia Tech and the University of California at Berkley. She was head of the Home Economics Department at Jordan High School for 32 years. She was a charter member of Delta Kappa Gamma, the honorary teacher's sorority, the 3 Arts League and held memberships in the Student's Club, Columbus Museum of Arts and Crafts, Columbus Historical Foundation, American Association of University Women, Columbus Symphony Auxiliary and Trinity Episcopal Church, where she was a member of Stanne's and Lucy Shepard Guilds for many years. She also held a certificate for 2,000 hours of war work during World War II.


Scope and Content

A copy of the draft of her obituary (1980s?) and the marriage license of Stephen Randall and Mariah Witley, issued on August 19, 1844 in Ashtabula County, Ohio.

1844, 1980s 1 folder (.1 l.f.)


Permission to Publish

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M. Louise Randall Collection (SMC 57)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia


Provenance

Unknown.


Folder List

Folder 1 – Ohio marriage license issued to Stephan Randall and Mariah Witley on August 19th, 1844 and a photocopy of Miss Randall's obituary, 1980s