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Ruth E. Cowart:
An Inventory of Her Papers, 1908-1963, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Ruth Evans Cowart was a teacher with the Lubbock Independent School District. Her mother was Beulah Evans of Canyon, Texas and her dad was Roscoe Cowart of Lubbock. She graduated from Texas Technological College in the 1940s with a bachelor’s and master’s degree. Ruth grew up in Lubbock, Texas and her family lived in the Tech Terrace neighborhood.
The collection has personal correspondence addressed to three people: Ruth E. Cowart, Beulah Evans Cowart, and Roscoe Cowart. The collection also has a photo album of Ruth Cowart showing friends and family members in 1941-1942. There is also a specifications bulletin for a school building for the Grovesville Independent School District of Lubbock County (1925).
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Ruth E. Cowart Papers, 1908-1963, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
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Processed by: Abel Ramirez, August 2003