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Addie Cato Walker Notebook

 Collection — Box: Multi-Collection Box 03
Identifier: LU-400

Scope and Contents

This notebook, which dates ca. 1918, contains linguistic class notes taken by Addie Cato Walker.


  • 1918

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There are no restrictions to access or use for research purposes.

Biographical / Historical

Addie Cato Walker of Emporia, Virginia was born in 1899 to Junius Dalby and Etta Belle Cato Walker. In 1916, she enrolled as a student in the State Normal School for Women, and earned her diploma in 1918. While a student at State Normal School for Women, Walker served on the Student Government Senior Committee and the YWCA Executive Board and was a member of the Athenian Literary Society, the Ruffner Society, the Athletic Association, and the French Club. For many years, Addie Cato Walker was a public school teacher in Emporia, Virginia.


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Custodial History

The notebook in this collection belonged to Addie Cato Walker while a student at State Normal School for Women. It was later acquired by Nancy Shelton during her tenure with the Longwood University Department of Alumni Relations. It is unknown when the collection was transferred to the Greenwood Library Archives.

Benedict Chatelain
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Repository Details

Part of the Greenwood Library Archives and Special Collections Repository

Janet D. Greenwood Library
401 Redford Street
Farmville VA 22963 United States