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Frances Stewart was born in Bayfield, Wisconsin on February 11, 1910. She died on January 31, 1952. Dean of girls in Appleton High School from 1948 to 1951. Miss Stewart received a Bachelor of Education Degree at Oshkosh State College and a Master's Degree in History at the University of Wisconsin. Prior to arriving at Appleton, she taught English and Social Science for twelve years at Two Rivers' Washington High School and six years at the Racine Washington Park High School.
at Appleton Senior High School, Appleton, Wisconsin USA


Filipe Medeiros She passed at such a young age. It might be my poor understanding of the era, but I imagine it was less common for women to get Master's Degrees back then - so that was an exceptional accomplishment.
Feb 08, 2012 · Reply
Jennifer Rudd From her students, In Memoriam ~ Her generous attitude for helping others earned for her the admiration and respect of all who knew her, Miss Stewart's affection for Appleton High School was both great and close and her love of the students and faculty was one that was roundly reciprocated - Great accomplishments indeed.
Feb 09, 2012 · Reply
Jeanne Mease I've been researching Frances J. Stewart because of her friendship with Lester W. Bentley, Two Rivers, WI artist (1908-1972). I was shocked to find of her death at such a young age. Do you know the cause of her death? She died at such a young age and obviously would have had so much more to offer had she lived.
Aug 11, 2015 · Reply
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