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Northwest History. State History 260. Yakima.
Northwest History. State History 260. Yakima.
Original index titleNorthwest History. State History 260. Yakima.
NewspaperThe Herald ; September 18, 1921
TitleSucceeds In Unique Line.
DescriptionSucceeds In Unique Line.
Subject KeysYakima ; Marion A. Griffiths ; W.G. Griffiths ; United States Department of Agriculture ; Pullman
Date.Original1921-09-18
Resource IdentifierNWH-SH-260-1-250
SubjectsNorthwest, Pacific--History--20th Century
United States--State History--20th Century
Resource TypeText
SourceNorthwest History State History Box 260
LanguageEnglish
Date.DigitalAugust, 2013
Full-TextSucceeds In Unique Line. A former Yakima girl is making a success of herself in a unique line. It is Miss Marion A. Griffiths, daughter of Mrs. W.G. Griffiths of this city, whose name appears on a recent bullein of the United States Department of Agriculture as assistant pathologist is cereal smut investigations. The bulletin deals with flag-smut of wheat and its control. Miss Griffiths was born and educated in Yakima and is a graduate of the state university. She spent a couple of years at Pullman in special work and has been doing research work with the government for some time. Miss Griffiths comes of a pioneer family here.
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