The Atlanta Constitution, Atlanta, Ga,
November 26, 1892
Cedartown, GA., November 25
---(Special) Professor J. C. Harris,, the efficient superintendent of the
Cedartown public schools has resigned that position and accepted the same
place in the Rome public schools with an increase in salary. He is one of
the most prominent educators in Georgia and enjoys a state reputation that
few men of his age have in his profession. He is an old Cedartown boy and
has rapid rise as a teacher is a source of great gratification to his family
and friends here. He assumes his duties in Rome, December 1st. (The Daily
Constitution, Atlanta, November 26, 1892)
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