HARRIS, MARY IMOGENE, 1926-1981

Biography:

Teacher. Born– September 13, 1926,  Alabama City. Education– Central State University, Edmund, Okla., B.A., 1947; M.A., Northwestern University, 1949; University of Tulsa, Ed.D., 1961; further study, University of Okalahoma. High school teacher, Burley, Idaho, 1948-1949; teacher of speech and English, Judson College, Marion, 1949-1952; speech teacher, Tulsa, Okla., public schools after 1952. Member, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Delta Kappa, Delta Kappa Gamma. Teacher medal, Freedom Foundation, 1969; writing awards in 1969, 1972, and 1973. Died July 18, 1981.

Source:

Contemporary Authors online.

Publication(s):

A Handbook of Speaking and Listening Activities for the Elementary School. Minneapolis; T. S. Dennison, 1971.

House O’ Dreams. Mt. Berry, Ga.; Author, 1968.

In the Middle of the Day. Mt. Berry, Ga.; Author, 1970.

A Long Journey into Love and Understanding. Franklin Springs, Ga.; Advocate Press, 1975.

Nobody Would Believe It! Franklin Springs, Ga.; Advocate Press, 1973.

The People and the Land Christ Loved! (cover title, They Faced the Cross!) S.l.; Best Print, 1973.

Serenity. Fort Smith, Ark.; South and West, Inc., 1968.

Talks with God! Franklin Springs, Ga.; Advocate Press, 1973.

Ticklers & Tinglers. Fort Smith, Ark; South and West, Inc., 1969.

A Walk in the Spirit. S.l.; s.n., 1973.