Hiram Tyram Hunter

HIRAM TYRAM HUNTER: educator; b. Mars Hill, N.C., March 26, 1883; s. James Hardy and Martha Caroline (Braley) Hunter ; grad. Mars Hill Coll., 1908; B.A., Wake Forest Coll. 1908; M.A., Teachers Coll. (Columbia), 1917; Ed.M., Harvard, 1922; m. Glen Weaver of Weaversville, N.C., Aug. 7, 1912; children: Marthalou, Lucy Jane. Pres. Southside Inst., Chase City, Va., 1912-14; head Dept. of English, Womans Coll., Richmond, Va., 1914-16; Asso. prof. Edn. and head Dept. of Edn. Southern Meth. U., Dallas, Tex. 1917-19; prof. Edn. Baylor Coll., 1919-20; prof. Edn. and dir. Summer Sch., Wake Forest Coll., 1920-23; pres. Cullowhee (N.C.) State Normal School since 1923; asst. to Dean Holmes, grad. School of Edn. Harvard, at Summer School, 1922. Mem. N.E.A., N.C. Edn. Assn., Intermont Edn., Council (pres.). Phi Delta Kappa (Harvard). Democrat; Baptist. Home: Cullowhee, N.C.

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