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Hunter (a very dapper gentleman, blonde with piercing blue eyes) discovered she had a talent for sculpturing. ^[[this  came about when]] He had the class to model a Thanksgiving dinner with all its trimmings. I remember well the dishes, turkey, pies etc, she molded from clay, they were perfect.  *see 3

When she finished the normal school her first ^[[teaching]] position was at Princess Ann, Maryland under the supervision of Agnes Wright who was supervisor of the county schools. It was here that she met Alma Johnson of Baltimore, Md., who later became the wife of Charles Wesley, the great Negro historian and ex-president of Wilberforce College.

[[circled]]After finishing H Univ. Her next teaching position was at the Cheyne Teachers college ^[[in Pennsylvania]] ^[[teaching art]] under the president ? Hill. Here she met Laura Wheeling Waring, the artist and portrait painter. But it was quiet a few years later that she painted [[/circled]]

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