Notes for Fanny Louisa MANLY

MANLY, LOUISE, teacher, author, was born July 10, 1857 in Richmond, Va. She has taught in Alabama, Kentucky, Florida and North Carolina. She is the author of Southern Literature;MANLY, LOUISE, teacher, author, was born July 10, 1857 in Richmond, Va. She has taught in Alabama, Kentucky, Florida and North Carolina. She is the author of Southern Literature; and History of Alabama for Children.

Author of family history (see title page in images)

The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume VII
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MANLY, Fanny Louisa (Louise), educator, was born in Richmond, Va., July 10, 1857; daughter of Dr. Basil and Charlotte (Whitfield) Manly. She was educated in Greenville, S.C., and at the Georgetown Female seminary, Ky., where she was graduated in 1875. She then studied the languages under private teachers and for two years in Leipzig, where she went with her brother, George Whitfield Manly, in 1883. She taught in schools in Alabama, Kentucky, Florida and North Carolina and was elected a member of the Southern History association, Washington, D.C., 1896, and of the Alabama Historical society in 1898. She is the author of: Southern Literature (1895), and History of Judson Institute and History of Alabama for Children, ready for the press (1901).Manly, John th Index, Master File. Social Security Administration.
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