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Mary Hart Evans, from Knoxville, Tennessee, and a graduate of the University of Tennessee, was the first woman faculty member at Clemson Agricultural College, arriving in 1918 to take a position as an assistant professor of Botany. TAPS 1919, Volume Twelve, lists her as an assistant professor of Entomology and Zoology (page 29). She later marries William Barre Aull, assistant professor of bacteriology, and Clemson Class of 1907.


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