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Marguerite Tolbert (1893-1982) was a Winthrop alumna (class of 1914), club woman, and administrator with the Opportunity School in Columbia, South Carolina.
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Marguerite Tolbert (1893-1982) was a Winthrop alumna (class of 1914), club woman, and administrator with the Opportunity School in Columbia, South Carolina. The Marguerite Tolbert Papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, galley proofs, biographical sketches, newspaper clippings, and other records relating to the publication of the book, South Carolina’s Distinguished Women of Laurens County. Miss Tolbert served as coordinator for the book project. Also included is an unpublished manuscript written by Clara Yarborough concerning the terms of office of seven former South Carolina governors. Miss Yarborough served as secretary under these governors.
The papers of Marguerite Tolbert, educator and distinguished South Carolina public servant, were received as a gift by the Archives from Marguerite Tolbert on August 1, 1978.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Marguerite Tolbert Papers - Accession 203". Finding Aid 306.