Alice Deaderick Grainger Knoxville School Recollections
This collection consists of a three-page typescript from Alice Deadrick Grainger about her experience in Knoxville schools. In addition to personal recollections about individual teachers, she also addresses her father's attempts to promote high school education in the area.
The material in this collection is in English.
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This collection consists of a three-page typescript from Alice Deadrick Grainger about her experience in Knoxville schools.
Alice Deadrick Grainger was the daughter of Martha Ann Nichols (1859-1920) and Inslee Deadrick (1843-1927). She was born in December of 1879. Alice Deaderick was one of the first women graduates of the University of Tennessee. She married James Moses Grainger, a professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The couple had nine children.