Rosie Lee Owens

Rosie Lee Owens

While many young women and men of Ray City attended local institutions, Georgia State Womens College or Emory College in Valdosta, or other educational opportunities of the Wiregrass, Doris Mobley and Rosie Lee Owens attended Georgia State College for Women, in Milledgeville, Georgia.

Rosie Lee Owens, of Ray City, GA, entered GSCW in the fall of 1945.

Rosie Lee Owens, 1946 Freshman at Georgia State College for Women

Rosie Lee Owens, 1946 Freshman at Georgia State College for Women

Students in front of the GSWC Administration Building, 1946

Students in front of the GSCW Administration Building, 1946

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Terrell Hall, Georgia State College for Women.  As a freshman, Rosie Lee Owens most likely was a resident of the Terrell Hall dormitory.

Terrell Hall, Georgia State College for Women. As a freshman, Rosie Lee Owens most likely was a resident of the Terrell Hall dormitory.

Rosie Lee Owens, of Ray City. 1947 Georgia State College for Women, Milledgeville Georgia.

Rosie Lee Owens, of Ray City. 1947 Georgia State College for Women, Milledgeville Georgia.

 

The girls in Mansion Annex live next door to a reminder of our heritage from the past.  Mrs. Smith presides over this dormitory and the officers are L. Johns, F. Bradley, and R.L. Owens.

In 1947, Rosie Lee Owens was residing in the Mansion Annex dormitory at Georgia State College for Women (now Georgia College),  next door to the former Governor’s Mansion in Milledgeville, GA. Mrs. Smith presided over this dormitory and the officers were L. Johns,  Frances Bradley, and Rosie Lee Owens.

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1 Comment

  1. Pam Sirmans said,

    July 24, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    Ok.

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