Sue "Susie" Schauffler

Courtesy of Western Regional Archives

FOCUS

General Studies

ROLE

Student

ATTENDANCE

1944 - 1945

BIRTH

DEATH

Sue Schauffler was a student from 1944 to 1945. While a student, she served as a student officer, and participated in the hydrant crew and entertainment committee.

Relationships

Sister: Fellow BMC student, Anna Lockwood

Brother: David Craig Schauffler, who was often a guest at the college to visit his sisters and friend, Ray Johnson

Asheville Art Museum Collection

Writings about Sue can be seen in digitized college bulletins on Asheville Art Museum's collection website: collection.ashevilleart.org. They can be found by searching these accession numbers:

2017.40.213 November 1945 bulletin,

"The first session was devoted to reports. Dr Herbert Miller, speaking for the Admissions Committee, gave the geographical distribution of current students and the prospects for futures students. Bill McLaughlin outlined the working of the student government. Sue Schauffler and Suzanne Teasdale explained the jobs which the Work Program had completed and planned to complete this year."

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