Mary Elinor Lazenby Notebooks
Scope and Contents
Notebook One is an undated multicolored composition book titled, Chemistry, Sec. II. It contains lecture notes and course paper outlines.
Notebook Two is an undated brown composition book. It contains notations on lectures for Junior Literature by Professor J.Y. Joyner, History by Mrs. Lucy Robertson, and Latin by Miss Viola Boddie.
Notebook Three is an undated brown composition book. It contains notations on lectures for Pedagogy by Dr. P.P. Claxton as well as notes on Physiology. The Notebook also contains some corresponding drawings.
Notebook Four is a purple composition book dated at 1895. It contains Physics lecture notes, exam questions, and some corresponding drawings. Notebook Five is a blue album dated at 1893 - 1894. It contains sewing notes organized by model as well as a few torn newspaper clippings on the first few pages.
Notebook Six is an undated brown composition book titled, Sewing Notes and contains notations organized by model and some corresponding drawings.
- 1893 - 1895
- Lazenby, Mary Elinor (Person)
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Biographical or Historical Information
Mary Elinor Lazenby (also known as "Mamie") of Iredell County, North Carolina was a student of the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial School (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro), graduating in 1896. Lazenby presented her Graduating Thesis titled, What Women Did at the May 1896 Graduating Exercises. Lazenby also participated in the writing and presentation of Class-ical Allusions, A Farce written expressly for the Senior Class in which she played the part of a Reporter. Lazenby later moved to Washington, D.C.
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Language of Materials
Mary Elinor Lazenby was a student of the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial School, graduating in 1896. Lazenby presented her Graduating Thesis titled, What Women Did at her Graduating Exercises.
Method of Acquisition
Transferred from Classed Archives in September 2008.
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