Rosalie Carter (1901-1991) biographical file
Biographical file contains photographs.
- 1894 - 1924
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A dentist in Franklin for nearly 60 years, Rosalie Carter was a granddaughter of Moscow and Lucy Gross Carter, who owned and resided in the Carter House in 1864 at the time of the Battle of Franklin. Born in Franklin and graduated from Vanderbilt University, she was one of the first women dentists in Tennessee. Dr. Carter was a member of the Womens Dental Association, the American Dental Society, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Allied Arts Club. She was listed in Whos Who of American Women. In addition to her historical work, she also wrote poetry.
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