Inventory of the Jerodene Ellis Papers, 1939 - 1945
|Abstract:||Jerodene Ellis was a 1945 graduate of Laing High School in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.|
|The collection contains a Palmer Method handwriting book used by Jerodene Ellis in the sixth grade and Ellis' graduation diploma from Laing High School in 1945.|
|Title:||Jerodene Ellis Papers, 1939 - 1945|
|Repository:||Avery Research Center at the College of Charleston|
|Call Number:||AMN 9007v|
|Language of Material:||Material in English|
|Extent:||0.1 linear feet
Jerodene Ellis was a 1945 graduate of Laing High School in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. She moved to Philadelphia, where she lived for 37 years. There, she earned a business and public administration degree from Temple University and became employed as a personnel specialist for the City of Philadelphia. She later returned to Mount Pleasant.
The collection contains a Palmer Method handwriting book used by Jerodene Ellis in the sixth grade and Ellis' graduation diploma from Laing High School in 1945.
1. Handwriting Book and Diploma, circa 1939-1945
- Ellis, Jerodene
- Laing High School (Mount Pleasant, S.C.) -- Alumni and alumnae
- Penmanship -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Detailed Description of the Collection
1. Handwriting Book and Diploma, circa 1939-1945.
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[Identification of item], Jerodene Ellis Papers, Avery Research Center, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC, USA.
Processed by Amanda Ross, March 2010
Encoded by Amanda Ross, March 2010
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