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The WAVES are Rolling In

Written by Molly O’Rourke, Intern Elinor Hardy Johnson Folk was born just outside of Los Angeles, California on April 9th, 1917.  She graduated from Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles on February 1st, 1935, and started working for Employers’ … Continue reading

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Exhibit Goes Up in the AGRC

Written by Aja Bain, graduate assistant It’s been a busy week here at the Albert Gore Research Center. Our exhibit featuring Louise Mott Miles (1907 – 2009), a Rutherford County native, Middle Tennessee State Teachers College graduate (1928), and dedicated … Continue reading

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