ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED

TAYLOR, Walter Nesbit - VENABLE, Robert Abram, Sr.
 

Taylor, Walter Nesbit (B.S., 1897; M.A., Ibid.) Secretary, Mississippi Education Association; and Editor, Mississippi Educational Advance, Jackson, Miss. Residence: Clinton, Miss.
Temple, Van Benson (B.S., 1916) (M.A., U. of Texas, 1930) Professor of Mathematics, Louisiana College, Pineville, La.
Templeton, Alexis H. (B.S., 1919) Business, Hollandale, Miss.
Tennyson, Walcie Bishop (BA., 1925) Supt. School, Walnut, Miss.
Thames, Barney M. (BA., 1924) Pastor, Wellington, Kansas.
Thames, Edward Everett (BA., 1928) Merchant, Seminary, Miss.
Thames, Grover Cleveland (B.S., 1913) Welfare Work, 749 Slattery Blvd., Shreveport, La.
Thames, Herman (B.A., 1929) Principal, Pine Level School, Leakesville, Miss.
Thames, James Franklin, Jr. (B.A., 1928) Salesman, Metro-GoldwynMayer Studios, Memphis, Tenn.
Thatch, John Milton (B.A., 1930) Principal, Piney Grove School, Steens, Miss.
Thetford, Ivy Gertrude (BA., 1933) Teacher, Monticello, Miss.
Thigpen, Frances Elizabeth (B.A., 1934) Teacher, Bentonla, Miss.
Thigpen, Judson Arledge (B.A., 1914) BusIness, Shaw, Miss.
Thigpen, J. B. (B.S., 1819) Deceased.
Thlgpen, Moses Judson (B.A., 1858) Deceased.
Thigpen, Samuel Grady (B.S., 1912) Business, Picayune, Miss.
Thomas, Benjamin William (B.A., 1931) (MS., Pennsylvania State College, 1934) Graduate Student, Penn. State College, State College, Pa.
Thomas, Bonita Deitrick (Mrs. Homer S.) (B.A., 1932) Teacher, Southern Christian Institute, Edwards, Miss.
Thomas, Emmett Nicholson (B.S., 1876; A.M., Ibid., 1879) Deceased.
Thomas, James Clifton (B.S., 1916) Merchant and Planter, Crystal Springs, Miss.
Thomas, John William (B.S., 1915) Attorney, Dublin, Ga.
Thomas, Vernon Joseph (B.S., 1919).
Thompson, Charles Ernest (B.S., 1914) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1917) Attorney, Edinburg, Texas.
Thompson, Claudius Earl (Ph.B., 1905) (LL.B., Milleaps College, 1908) Attorney, Prentiss, Miss.
Thompson, Clinton (B.A., 1898) Deceased.
Thompson, Elisha Sylvester (Ph.B., 1912) Teacher, Luxora, Ark.
Thompson, James Clinton (B.A., 1934) Principal, Allen, Miss.
Thompson, James Reuben (B.A., 1907) Attorney, Why Not, Miss.
Thompson, James Thomas (B.A., 1929) Medical Student, U. of Tennessee, 233 N. Waldron, Memphis, Tenn.
Thompson, James William (B.A., 1925) Teacher, Pisgab, Ala.
Thompson, Judson Howard (B.A., 1935) Supt. Schools, Schlater, Miss.
Thompson, Lawrence Iverson, Jr. (B.A., 1936) Teacher, Dexter School, Tylertown, Miss.
Thompson, Oscar William (BA., 1926) County Health Inspector, Lexington, Miss.
Thompson, Roger Crawford (B.A., 1927) Teacher, Chamberlain-Hunt Academy, Port Gibson, Miss.
Thompson, Samuel Cramer (B.S., 1915).
Thompson, William Elmer (B.S., 1905) Deceased.
Thornton, George Judson (B.A., 1927) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1934) Attorney, Kosciusko, Miss.
Thornton, John Edward (B.A., 1928) (LL.B., Harvard U., 1930) Attorney, Bessemer, Ala.
Thornton, Ludia Little (Mrs. W. C.) (B.A., 1930) Teacher, Centerville School, Route 3, West, Miss.
Thornton, Marmaduke Kimbrough (B.A., 1889) Deceased.
Thornton, Wiley Clayton (B.A., 1932) Principal, Centerville School, Route 3, West, Miss.
Threlkeld, J. S. (B.A., 1886) Teacher and Farmer, Saltillo, Miss.
Thurman, Woodrow Wilson (B.A., 1935) Employee, State Board of Health, Canton, Miss.
Tinnin, Harold I. (B.A., 1925) Government Service, Balboa, Canal Zone, Panama.
Tinnin, Louie Mey (B.S., 1921) Teacher, Rolling Fork, Miss.
Toler, Enoch M. (B.S., 1894) (M.D., 1900) Physician, Clinton, La.
Toler, Isaac Lewyl, Jr. (B.A., 1936) Graduate Student, Louisiana State U., Baton Rouge, La.
Tomlinson, Robert Hershell, (B.A., 1923) Insurance Business, Oxford, Miss.
Tomlinson, Tom (BA., 1902) (Th.M., S. W. B. T. Seminary, 1921) Minister, 316 Alexander St., Jackson, Miss.
Touchstone, Thompson Nolen (ES., 1917) (M.A., Peabody College, 1933) Supt. School, Marks, Miss.
Townsend, Houston Harrellson ·(B.A., 1926) Insurance Business, Clarksdale, Miss.
Townsend, Reginald Erbin (B.A., 1913) Banker, Jonesboro, Ark. Trapp, Esta Estelle (B.A., 1933) Teacher, Philadelphia, Miss.
Trapp, Irvin B. (B.A., 1923) (M.D., U. of Oklahoma, 1929) Physician, Director, Union County Health Dept., New Albany, Miss.
Travis, Carl Newlin (B.A., 1925) (Ph.D., Baptist Bible Institute, 1932) Pastor, Denham Springs, La.
Travis, Cecil Farish (B.A., 1922) (LL.B., Yale U., 1926) Attorney, Standard Life Bldg., Jackson, Miss.
Travis, Ellis Granberry (B.A., 1927) Chief Chemist, Shell Petroleum Corporation, Wood River, Ill.
Travis, James Kearney (B.A., 1927) (LL.B., U. of Michigan, 1930) Attorney, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Travis, James Madison (B.A., 1917) Attorney, Heidelberg, Miss.
Travis, John Alva (B.A., 1917) (M.A., Peabody College, 1937) Supervisor of Negro Education, State Dept. of Education, Jackson, Miss.
Travis, Raymond Percy (B.A., 1933) Supt. School, Coldwater, Miss.
Travis, Simeon Edmond, Jr. (B.S., 1917) (E.E., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1921) District Engineer, U. S. Bureau of Air Commerce, Canal Bank Bldg., New Orleans La.
Traxler, Vernon Clyde (BA., 1934) Teacher, Route 3, Franklinton, La.
Traylor, Edward Carlton (B.A., 1924) (M.A., Pennsylvania State College, 1933) Professor of Modern Languages, Hinds Junior College, Raymond, Miss.
Treadway, Charles Franklin (B.A., 1937) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
Treadwell, James Hurley (B.A., 1922) Teacher, Memphis, Texas.
Treadwell, Mose Allen (B.A., 1918) (Th.M., S. W. B. T. Seminary, 1922) Pastor, Farmerville, La.
Triplett, Joe Nimrod (B.A., 1934) Employee, State Highway Dept., Box 358, Newton, Miss.
Trotter, Herman Eager (B.A., 1909) (BA., Princeton U., 1910) Cotton Buyer, Providence, Rhode Island.
Trotter, Ide Peebles, (B.A., 1915) (B.S. in Agriculture Mississippi State College, 1918; MS. in Agri., Ibid., 1921; Ph.D., U. of Wisconsin, 1933) Crops Extension Specialist, and Professor of Agriculture, University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo.
Trotter, Isham Patten (B.A., 1880; M.A., Ibid., 1881) Deceased.
Trotter, Powell Binford (BA., 1901) Dentist, Highland Heights, Memphis, Tenn.
Truitt, Ray Audubon (B.A., 1928) Principal, Bethesda School, Route 2, Durant, Miss.
Trussell, John Clyde (Ph.B., 1910) Employee, Home Owners Loan Corporation, Jackson, Miss. Residence: Van Winkle, Miss.
Trusty, Aubrey Wayne (B.A., 1925) Chief Chemist, Arkansas Fuel Oil Co., Shreveport, La.
Tucker, Cecil Blythe (B.S. in Medicine, 1927) (M.D., U. of Tennesssee, 1929; C.P.H., Johns Hopkins U., School of Hygiene and Public Health, 1934) Physician; and Field Epidemologist, State Dept. of Health, Nashville, Tenn.
Tullos, Dewey Webster (B.A., 1936) Farmer, Gunn, Miss. Tully, Hugh Lafaystte (B.A., 1915) Pastor, Wylam, Ala.
Turcotte, Sarah Ruth (B.A., 1932) Teacher, Brownsville School, RFD, Clinton, Miss.
Turnage, Albert Hall (BA., 1907) Deceased.
Turner, Clinton Boykin (B.A., 1925) BusIness, Leakesvllle, Miss.
Turner, James Banks (B.A., 1923) BusIness, Leakesvllle, Miss.
Turner, James Otho (B.A., 1930) (M.S., U. of North Carolina, 1931; Ph.D., Ibid., 1933) Research Chemist, Phillips Petroleum Co., Bartlesyule, Okla.
Turner, Louis H. (B.A., 1895).
Turner, Mary Isabella (B.A., 1929) (Mrs. C. C. Hughes) Stenographer, 3508 West Capitol St., Jackson, Miss.
Turner, Ray Jones (B.A., 1931) Teacher, Summit, Miss.
Tyler, Ferd Mosley (BA., 1925) Employee, Humble Oil & Refining Co., 1629 Dunlavy St., Houston, Texas.
Tyler, Vivion C. (B.A., 1924) BusIness, Crosby, Miss.
Tyler, Wilfred Charles (BA., 1922) (Ph.D., S. B. T. Seminary, 1932) Professor of Bible, Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss.
Tyrone, Curtis Hartman (B.S., 1921) Physician, Touro Infirmary, New Orleans, La.
Tyrone, Leon (B.S., 1893) Banker, Silver Creek, Miss.
Tyrone, Morgan Kirby (B.A., 1933) Legislator, Oakvale, Miss.

Ulmer, Carter Patterson (Ph.B., 1919) Attorney, Laurel, Miss.
Ulmer, Jack (B.A., 1933) (M.D., Vandervilt U., 1937) Interne, U. of Iowa State Hospital, Iowa City, Iowa.

Vanderburg, William Phonso (Ph.B., 1909) Bank Clerk, Cleveland, Miss.
VanDevender, Leon (B.A., 1934) Farmer, Gholson, Miss.
Vandiver, Joseph Sloan (B.A., 1928) State Superintendent of Education, Jackson, Miss.
VanLandlngham, David Jennings (B.A., 1934) (M.D., U. of Tennessee, 1937) Interne, Waterbury Hospital, Waterbury, Conn.
VanLandlngham, H. Asa (B.A., 1893) Deceased.
VanLandlngham, Jack Jennings (B.A., 1926) (B.S., Bowling Green Business U., 1929) Business, National Realty Management Co., Inc., New York City, N. Y.
VanLandingham, Will Hearn, Jr. (BA., 1928) (LL.B., U. of Virginia, 1933) Attorney, Floyd, Va.
VanLandingham, Zack Jennings (B.A., 1926) Attorney, Crime Statistics Section, Division of Investigation, Dept. of Justice, 6300 - 9 SL, N. W., Washington, D. C.
Varnado, James Polk, Jr. (B.A., 1937) Teacher-Band Director, Waynesboro, Miss.
Varnado, Olive Katherine (B.A., 1927) (Mrs. John Wicks) Housewife, Greenville, Miss.
Varner, Fred W. (B.A., 1924) Pastor, Tabernacle Baptist Church, St. Louis, Mo.
Vaughan, Mrs. Hortense (B.A., 1930) (MA., IbId., 1933) Teacher, 413 Hamilton St., Jackson, Miss.
Vaughn, Mrs. Mary Kitty (B.A., 1930) Teacher, Mars Hill School, Summit, Miss.
Vaught, Worley Oscar, Jr. (B.A., 1932) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1935) State Baptist Student Secretary, Missouri Baptist General Convention, 1023 Grand Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Veazey, Maggie Bell (B.A., 1933) (Mrs. Brian) Housewife, do Co. 3468, CCC, Paris, Tenn.
Venable, John Henry (B.A., 1197) (LL.B .,U. of Arkansas) Attorney, Miami, Okla.
Venable, Robert Abram, Sr. (B.A., 1876) Deceased.

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