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Affiliations

Colonial Dames

Member


First Presbyterian Church

Member


Pontotoc County Historical Society

Member


Pontotoc Women's Club

Member


Education

master's degree

library science

University of Mississippi


Bennett Academy


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Lora H. DavidsonPONTOTOC - Lora Berry Harris Davidson, 91, died Friday, Nov. 7, 2003, at the North Mississippi Medical Center after a brief illness.She was born in 1912 in Pontotoc County.She was the daughter of Wood Berry Harris and Frances King Harris.She resided in Pontotoc County for her entire life.She graduated from high school at Bennett Academy in Mathiston and from Blue Mountain College, and held a master's degree in library science from the University of Mississippi.She married M. Glen Davidson in 1937.She was on the faculty of public schools in Pontotoc and Pontotoc County for more than 40 years.Her career in education included 15 years as an English teacher at Ecru High School, two years as librarian at Itawamba Community College and 10 years as librarian at Pontotoc High School. She was active as a longtime member of the First Presbyterian Church in Pontotoc.She served her church as a Sunday school teacher, deacon and elder.She was active in civic pursuits in Pontotoc as a member of the Pontotoc Women's Club, Colonial Dames and the Pontotoc County Historical Society.She and her late husband were active supporters of the Pontotoc County Library and its programs.


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