Six letters written in 1931 concerning the Nassau County School Board and the Nassau County Teachers' Association.
1) 09/05/1931 Letter from A. W. Jackson, Supt. Nassau County Board of Public Instruction, to Florida State Attorney Chas. M. Durrance, thanking Durrance for his address to the county's teachers at the Beach Casino.
2) 10/02/1931: Letter from A. W. Jackson, Supt. Nassau County Board of Public Instruction, to James S. Rickards, Secretary of Florida Education Association, stating that the Nassau County Teachers Association had voted to become members of the Florida Education Association.
3) 10/13/1931: Two letters from M. R. Hinson (State Supervisor of High Schools) announc