KAY, Christina

E. D.
July 2006
Journal of Scottish Historical Studies;Jul2006, Vol. 26 Issue 1/2, p12
Academic Journal
The article features Scottish school teacher Christina Kay. Her family and education background is presented. Highlights of her career in teaching are detailed. Her passion for the art is cited. Most of Kay's pupils found her teaching unforgettable. She kept her coming retiral in 1942 secret, but a tribute in the school magazine said that service like hers must surely be unique.


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