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Title 1931 Correspondence to A. W. Jackson, Superintendent Nassau Co. Schools, Concerning the newly formed Nassau County Taechers' Assoc.
Object Name Correspondence
Scope & Content Nine letters sent to Nassau County School Superintendent A. W. Jackson in 1931 concerning the newly formed county teachers' association.

Six of the letters were written by teachers as an apparent response to Mr. Jackson's request for suggestions concerning the organization and purpose of the newly formed teachers' association. The addresses given for the responding teachers suggest that teachers in Nassau County resided in northeastern Florida and in southeastern Georgia.

A seventh letter, from Wm. M. Holloway, Jacksonville, FL, confirms Mr. Holloway's presence (as a speaker?) at an upcoming meeting.

Finally, the Perry Pictures Company, Malden, MA, sent two letters stating that they will be sending sample pictures to each of 75 teachers that will be in attendance at an upcoming teachers' meeting. Perry Pictures produces pictures for schoolroom decoration.
Catalog Number 1979.012.006
Collection AIMH
Accession number 1979.012
Caption Bidingfeld letter, pp.1-2
Number of images 18
People Bennett, J. C. (Mrs.)
Bidingfeld, Clyde (Miss)
Brown, Mattie Law
Carrio, Virginia
Gross, Mamie Law
Holloway, Luther W. (Dr.)
Holloway, Wm. M.
Jackson, A. W.
Ward, W. E. (Mrs.)
Search Terms Jacksonville FL
Kingsland GA
Lloyd FL
Malden MA
Nassau County Schools
Nassau County Teachers' Association
The Perry Picture Company
Wadley GA
Florida State Society
Subjects Education
Educational organizations
English language
School children
School discipline
School superintendents
Schools
Teachers
Teaching
Classification Children
Correspondence/Letter
Education
Organizations & Clubs
Schools