Biography

of
Florence Beatrice Price
Continued

Born: April 9, 1887 – Little Rock, Arkansas

Died: June 3, 1953 – Chicago, Illinois

After Price received her diplomas from NEC she returned home to Little Rock and started teaching at Shorter College as she lived back with her parents.

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Teaching at Atlanta Clark University

After losing her father and having lost her mother as she disappeared, both within a two year period, Price accepted a position as chair at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA.

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From the Smithsonian Magazine, written by Alex Palmer, this restored Pullman Palace passenger car, which ran along the Southern Railway route during the “Jim Crow’ era of the 20th century. 

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Life in Segregation

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Marriage between Florence B. Smith and Mr. Thomas Price

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