The Ernest Clark Steele diaries span the years 1915 through 1967 and relate to his life and career as a teacher in Los Angeles,
Ernest Clark Steele was a secondary school teacher. He was born in Miracle Run, West Virginia, on October 21, 1900. He was
the son of Joseph Ira and Margaret Jane (Tennant) Steele. He earned his B.A. from West Virginia University in 1926 and M.A.
from University of California, Berkeley in 1931.
53 diaries in 12 boxes
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