Gladys Taylor Hodges West Scrapbook
Scope and Contents
The Gladys Taylor Hodges West Scrapbook contains materials dating from 1916 to 1919. Its front cover reads, My Memory Book. The scrapbook contains photographs with annotations, clippings, stamps, college memorabilia, ribbon, tickets, receipts, party memorabilia, pressed leaves, event programs, and invitations.
- 1916 - 1919
- West, Gladys Taylor Hodges (Person)
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Collection is open for research.
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Biographical or Historical Information
Gladys Taylor Hodges West of Dover, North Carolina was a student of the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial College (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro), attending during the 1917-18 academic year. Due to the illness of both her parents, West was needed at home to care for her four younger siblings and was unable to return to the college. In January 1920, she married George E. West. Together they had three daughters who all graduated from the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina. Lottie Faye West Warren graduated in 1941, Mary Ellen West in 1943, and Rebecca West Hook in 1945. Gladys Taylor Hodges West died May 1996.
0.15 Linear Feet (1 scrapbook box)
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Gladys Taylor Hodges West was a student of the North Carolina State Normal and Industrial College, attending during the 1917-18 academic year.
The Gladys Taylor Hodges West Scrapbook contains photographs, clippings, college and party memorabilia, tickets, event programs, and invitations, dating from 1916 to 1919.
Method of Acquisition
Transferred from Classed Archives in September 2008.
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