Ann Yarborough Evans
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Anna Dixon, in her July 1974 interview with Ann Yarborough Evans, described the lifestyle and traditions she experienced during her years as a student at what is now Winthrop University (then Winthrop Normal and Industrial College). Dixon graduated in 1917 and covered topics such as being campused, the train station, education for women, uniforms, curriculum, and the training school. She also touched on what might get a girl expelled and how the students were graded. This interview was conducted for inclusion into the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections Oral History Program.
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Winthrop history, Class of 1917, Campused, Higher Education for Women, Train station, Sally Lunn bread, training school, uniforms, Student organizations, Grading, the Blue Line, Permission to Date, Room Inspections, Matron
Dixon, Anna Heriot, "Interview with Anna Heriot Dixon" (1974). Winthrop University Oral History Program. OH 008.
LC Subject Headings
Winthrop Normal and Industrial College -- Alumni and alumnae, Winthrop Normal and Industrial College -- History, Women college students -- South Carolina, Women college students -- Social life and customs