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Birth:
01 Oct 1897 1
Ravenna, Arkansas 1
Death:
07 Mar 2001 2
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Full Name:
Clarice A Howard 2
Birth:
01 Oct 1897 1
Ravenna, Arkansas 1
Female 1
Birth:
17 Nov 1927 2
Death:
07 Mar 2001 2
Burial:
Burial Place: Laurel Land Gardens,(near)Dallas,Tx 1
Residence:
Last Residence: Arlington, TX 2
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Birth:
Mother: Frances Elizabeth Igou 1
Father: Jasper Nicanor Howard 1
Marriage:
Jesse Randolph Baxter, Jr 1
23 Jun 1918 1
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Employment:
Employer: Stamps-Baxter Music Company 1
Position: Co-Owner 1
Place: Dallas, Tx 1
Start Date: 1920's 1
Social Security:
Card Issued: Unknown Code (PE) 2
Social Security Number: ***-**-4699 2

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Musician and Singer

Chattanooga, Tn

(From family documents) "Although only Clarice became a professional musician, all the family sang. When they were growing up, the family sang together. Velma sang soprano; Zora, alto; Reba, tenor, and Roscoe, bass. Clarice sang alto and often sang duets with her husband, who was a tenor. Or, she sang in a quartet with him."

Church Affiliation

Chattanooga, Tn

[In Chattanooga] Clarice was a member of Trinity Methodist Church. In Dallas, Tx, the Baxters were members of Tyler St. Methodist church. In the 1960's Clarice joined a church called The Chapel In The Woods [which] had been organized by a former pastor on Tyler St.

(Source): Personal Documents

Stamps-Baxter Music Company

Chattanooga, Tn

"In the 1920's the Baxters formed their own company in partnership with Virgil O. Stamps. There were two main offices: one in Chattanooga, operated by the Baxters; and one in Dallas, operated by Mr Stamps. The printing plant was in Dallas. When Mr Stamps died of a heart attack in August, 1940, the Baxters moved to Dallas and ran the entire business from there. They continued to maintain a branch office in Chattanooga; and, from time to time, there were small branches in other cities." (Source: Personal Documents)

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