From the Collection of Lovelle Fouse- Jenkins
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Three images featuring Memphis educator Lovelle Fouse-Jenkins. The first image of Lovelle features her sitting with a group of young women.; The second image is from the wedding of Lovelle Fouse-Jenkins and Ernest Jenkins.; The last image features Lovelle Fouse-Jenkins with her class at LeMoyne College. There are several people in the image that are identified in this image.; Mrs. Lovelle Fouse-Jenkins was a librarian and teacher. She attended Greenwood Elementary School, which later became Hamilton High School, in the 1930s. She graduated from Booker T. Washington in 1941. Mrs. Fouse-Jenkins attended and graduated from LeMoyne College in 1945 with a degree in Library Science. She wrote her thesis on developing a book reading/book mobile project for the children in Lemoyne Gardens Housing project. A copy of her thesis is in special collections at the University of Memphis. Her first teaching positions was in Capleville, Tennessee at E.A. Harrold. She later originated the library at Ford Road School. She retired from Ford Road in 1988.
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"Memphis 20th Century: Educator Lovelle Fouse-Jenkins" (2021). Earnestine Jenkins Collection of Historical African American-African Diaspora Photographs. 16.
Teachers --Tennessee -- Memphis