Caroline Morrison Garrett Papers
Scope and Contents
The collection contains correspondence, journals, scrapbooks, and records from Garrett's years at the University of North Carolina Woman's College (now UNCG).
- 1940 - 1960
- Majority of material found within 1940 - 1944
- Garrett, Caroline Morrison (Person)
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Collection is open for research.
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Biographical or Historical Information
Caroline Morrison Garrett was born September 10, 1921 in Danbury, Connecticut to Hazel (Andrews) and Garfield Morrison. In 1940, she enrolled at the North Carolina College for Women (Now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro). She graduated in 1944 with a Bachelor of Science in Home Economics.
In September 1944, she took an internship in dietetics at Walter Reed General Hospital in Washington, D.C. after which she was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Army Medical Corps and served for two years.
2.92 Linear Feet (5 boxes)
Language of Materials
Caroline Morrison Garrett was a student at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro) from 1940-1944. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Home Economics.
The collection contains correspondence, journals, scrapbooks, and records from Garrett's years attending the Woman's College (now UNCG).
The collection is arranged alphabetically by type of material and then chronologically within each type.
Method of Acquisition
Gift of Caroline Morrison Garrett in August, 2008.
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