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Jennings, Aubry Faulkner



  • Existence: 1895 - 1971


Aubry Faulkner Jennings was born in Knoxville, Tennessee on October 7, 1895, the daughter of John Lynch Faulkner and Victorine Mary Frazier. Jennings received her teaching degree from University of Tennessee in 1917 and also completed post graduate study at Columbia University. Beginning in 1916, Aubry Faulkner taught elementary school in Campbell County, Tennessee before moving to New York to work in a munitions plant during World War I. After the war, Aubry Faulkner married Joe Jennings in 1919; they had two children, Rodney Paul Jennings and Mary Jean Jennings O’Brien.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Joe Jennings and Aubry Faulkner Jennings Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AppMs-0848
Scope and Contents

This collection includes personal correspondence, diaries, poems, essays and private writings, education, employment, and military records, household ersonal business records, genealogy material, photographs & negatives, and newspaper clippings. The collection documents the Jennings' activities primarily between 1917 and 1967.

Dates: 1880-1967, undated; Majority of material found within 1917 - 1957

Joe Jennings Bureau of Indian Affairs Records

Identifier: AppMs-0051
Scope and Contents The Joe Jennings Bureau of Indian Affairs Records document Jennings’ 26-year career with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, during which time he occupied various positions with the Pine Ridge Agency in South Dakota, the Indian Reorganization Division, and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, many pertaining to the education of Native American youth and adults. Materials in this collection include correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, press releases, circulars, photographs, maps, reports, and...
Dates: 1902 - 1967