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Mary Anna Morrison Jackson visits Salem College, her alma mater, to receive an honorary degree, 1914.

Mary Anna Morrison Jackson visits Salem College, her alma mater, to receive an honorary degree, 1914.

Mrs. Jackson is the widow of Stonewall Jackson, and is holding the arm of Dr. Henry T. Bahnson. Salem College President Howard Rondthaler is at left. Main Hall is behind the group.

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