Attended Crescent Beauty School in Austin, Texas in 1940-1941. She worked in that field for many years. Later she worked at Thomason General Hospital and as a teacher's aide for the El Paso Independent School District. She married Rogers D. Kelley in 1944 and they have two children. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley reside at 817 Santa Barbara Drive, El Paso, Texas.

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Central / Chamizal, (1940 - 1949), Education

  • Mary E. Austin Kelley
  • Douglass High School
  • African American

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