The collection shows an overview of the life of Frances Easley. It includes materials from her time at Pepperdine as well
as both before and after her tenure at the school. The types of materials include correspondence, photographs, diplomas, and
Frances Josephine Easley received Bachelors Degree from George Peabody College in June 1926. She then went on to complete
her Masters Degree, also at George Peabody College, in 1930. In 1948 she completed her Doctor of Education at Columbia University,
where she submitted a 118-page project entitled, "Cooperative Evaluation in the Elementary School" for partial fufillment
of her Ed.D degree. Easley taught elementary education in Tennessee, Alabama and Pennsylvania in the years between 1924 and
1938. She was recruited by Batsell Baxter to come to Pepperdine College in 1938, and she was a pioneer faculty member at
Pepperdine for 20 years 1938-1958. During that time she was an associate professor of Education.
1.5 Linear Feet
(1 Hollinger box, 1 flat box)
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