Educator. Born– Feb. 2, 1892. Married– W. J. Smith in 1924. Education– Peabody College, B.S.; Columbia University, M.S. Taught at Blanch [Alabama?]; principal at Cherokee Co. Jr. High School and at Hamilton Co., Tennessee; taught at University of Tennessee and at Jacksonville State University; supervisor of education in Arkansas and 17 years in Cherokee Co., Ala.; 5 years for State of Alabama; and 3 years in Key West, Fla.; chairperson of Cherokee Co. Bicentennial Commission; founder of Pasture Fence Art Show in Centre; of several civic organizations in Cherokee Co. and in Alabama; served as historian of Centre Chamber of Commerce.


Bits and Pieces of the Heritage….; Anniston Star, Oct. 19, 1986.


Bits and Pieces of the Heritage, Horizons and Festivals of Cherokee County, Alabama; a Bicentennial Publication 1976. 2 vols. Centre, Ala.; Coosa Printing Co., 1976-1977.