Catalog of Abilene Christian College, 1923-1924 Page: 15
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MISS ELIZABETH NELSON, B. A., PRINCIPAL
Taught three years in public schools, primary and high
school 1915-'16, Assistant Director of Women's Athletics in
Baylor University. 1916, B. A. degree from Baylor University.
1916-'17, Teacher of Mathematics in Bonham High School.
1917-'18, Assistant in Education in Baylor University. Taught
in Abilene Christian College since 1919.
HOSEA H. LEWIS, B. A.
Student Clebarro College, 1916-'17. Abilene Christian College,
1917-'18. Baylor University, 1918-'20. B. A., Baylor
University, 1920. Taught in Abilene Christian College, since
1920. Graduate work in University of Colorado Summer of
MRS. J. P. SEWELL, B. S.
Graduate with a B. S. degree from Carlton College. A
student of Nashville Bible School, Ward's Seminary, Mrs.
McCrutcheon, Miss Douglass, Mr. and Mrs. John Bradshaw
Logman of New York. Present position since 1912.
WILLIAM C. SIKES, B. A.
Finished preparatory work in Abilene Christian College.
Simmons College summer 1917. B. A. degree Abilene Christian
College 1921. Some six years successful teaching experience.
Taught in Abilene Christian College since 1921.
History and Mathematics.
MRS. HOSEA H. LEWIS, B. A.
Clebarro College 1916-17. Abilene Christian College
1917-18. Taught in public school 1918-19. Baylor Univer
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