Mary S. Hartz
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Following the introduction, Mrs. Hartz relates information of an autobiographical nature. Her father's farming and timber work, the family's log house, her schooling and teachers are discussed. Mrs. Hartz speaks of her grandfather, who was a circuit rider, and then goes on to talk about her family's move from Garretts Creek (Wayne County) to Kenova. She attended Ceredo-Kenova High School and Marshall College, graduating from each in 1927 and 1931, respectively. She taught at Ceredo- Kenova, Buffalo, and Vinson High Schools. She talks about her husband and then goes into a discussion of her life on the farm and finishes with the story about her father guarding the railroad bridge in Kenova during World War I.
Interview is included in the Marshall University Oral History Collection. The index number is OH64-165.
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Marshall University Special Collections, OH64-165, Huntington, WV.