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Annie Orphant CAMP

Annie Orphant CAMP, American Member, State Board of Health. Member of (Secretary) Craighead Company Tuberculosis Association; State Chairman Library Extension, Parent Teacher; State and National Illiteracy Communications Club: Local Business and Professional Women's.

Background

  • CAMP, Annie Orphant was born on January 9, 1882 in Dalton, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Thomas Bates and Estelle (Langston) Camp.

  • Education

    • Grammar School. Dalton, Georgia. High School, Warren, Arkansas. Peabody Teacher’s College.

      University of Virginia. University of Wisconsin. University of Iowa and California Teacher, Warren, Arkansas, 1905-1910.

      Principal Grammar School, Warren, Arkansas, 1910-1915, Junior High School, Warren, Arkansas, 1915-1918, Grammar School, Jonesboro, Arkansas, 1918-1922, Junior High School Jonesboro, Arkansas, 1924-1930.

    Career

    • President Primary Section of State, Educational Association, 1907. Company Chairman Junior Red Cross, during World War. Organisation Juvenile Court work, Craighead Company, 1921.

      Member, Craighead Company Tuberculosis Association. Director Girl Scouts. Jonesboro, Arkansas, 1920-1924.

      Organization First Junior High School Warren, Arkansas, 1915. Organization Junior High, Jonesboro, Arkansas, 1925. Company Chairman Woman’s Section of Governor Bonds.

    Membership

    Member of (Secretary) Craighead Company Tuberculosis Association. State Chairman Library Extension, Parent Teacher. State and National Illiteracy Communications Club: Local Business and Professional Women's.
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    Born January 9, 1882
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