FRASIER, SCOTTIE McKENZIE, 1884-1964

Teacher, writer. Born– Talladega, September 7, 1884.  Parents– William and Leila (Hood) McKenzie. Married– Alfred Smith Frasier, October 21, 1908. Education– Talladega High School, 1901; Judson College, 1903; School of Journalism, Columbia University, 1914. Taught in public schools in Talladega and Greenville; Albertville Agricultural College; lectured in the East on practical psychology, 1914-1915. Wrote a column in the Dothan Eagle.  Member of  Alabama Press Association, Alabama Equal Suffrage, League of Women Voters, Pen and Brush Club of New York, Writers Club of Indianapolis, and Press and Authors Club of Montgomery. Awarded the Press and Authors Club Prize by the Alabama Federation of Women’s Clubs. The Scottie Frasier Study Club was organized in Dothan in 1930 and named in her honor. Died November 24, 1964.

Source:

Owen’s The Story of Alabama, Vol. III.

Publication(s):

As We See It. Headland, Ala.; Wiregrass Farmer, 1935.

Fagots of Fancy. Wheeling, W. Va.; Progressive Publishers, 1920.

Things That are Mine. Chicago; S. Hinrichsen, 1922.