Mary Ann Lipscomb
Mary Ann Rutherford Lipscomb (1848 — 1918) was an educator born in Athens, Georgia. Lipscomb believed in childhood education, and she helped make primary education required for all children in Georgia.
After she was widowed, Lipscomb went to work at the Lucy Cobb Institute, under the direction of her sister, Mildred Lewis Rutherford; in 1895, Lipscomb took over leadership of that school. Lipscomb founded the Tallulah Falls School in 1909.
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