|Photos||Dr. Mary Alice (Person) LaSaine|
|LaSaine Family House, 16 Kracke Street House, Charleston, SC.|
Mary F.Lasaine Finley and her son Reginald Finley Sr took a trip to Charleston, South Carolina. We found Mary Aice Lasaine's old house off an "umarked" Kracke Street. We spoke to some locals (Mr. Butler, Singleton) that actually remembered Mary Alice Lasaine. I was given permission by the current home renter to take a pic of the home.
|Mary Alice Lasaine standing with co-workers.|
The Executive Committee Palmetto State Teachers' Association
|A brief Video showing the results of our trip to Charleston, SC to track down what happened to Mary Alice Lasaine.|
On October 16, 2006. The Lasaine family traveled to Charleston, SC to discover what happened to Mary Alice LaSaine.
If video doesn't play, please click here to download.
|A Letter To The Editor of Charleston's Post and Courier.|
This response was in reference to an earlier article posted about the significance of naming schools after famous civic activists.
|Painting of Mary Alice Lasaine|
Mary L., Algernon Jr and Reginald Finley Sr all hold up a painting of Mary Alice Person LaSaine at a ceremony in her honor at Murray-LaSaine Elementary.
|Documents||Charleston Evening Post article about Dr. Mary Alice Person Lasaine|
Charleston Evening Post article about Dr. Mary Alice Person Lasaine:
Keywords: Evelyn B. Hayes, Morris Brown Church
|Another Mary Alice Lasaine Bio.|
Excerpt from Profiles of African-American Females in the Low Country of South Carolina - Lois Averetta Simms.
|News Article about Murray-LaSaine Elementary and the value of naming schools after great civic leaders. .pdf format|
South Carolina's "The Post and Courier" did a story concerning naming schools after community leaders. The article mentioned Murray-LaSaine as the lead part of the story. -
|Charleston News and Courier Editor Talks about Dr. Mary Alice LaSaine.|
|Mary A. LaSaine - Charleston Post Death Notice Long|
|Mary Alice LaSaine - Death Notice 1|
|Headstones||Mary Alice Person Lasaine's Headstone|
After talking to locals that still lived off Krackie Street (where Mary Alice and Thomas LaSaine lived) we discovered that Mary Alice's grave was probably located at Morris Brown Cemetery. Ms. Singleton and Mrs. Murray Stewart told us it may be there but to check with the Morris Brown church first. After dealing with a very rude church secretary,…
|Histories||Mary Alice LaSaine mentioned in an historical article about Haut Gap High School.|
Mary Alice LaSaine is mentioned in an historical article about Haut Gap High School located in Johns Island, South Carolina. The source website doesn't appear to get updated so I am posted it here for archival purposes.
added by Reginald V. Finley, Sr.
|Mary Alice LaSaine mentioned in online journal.|
"On February 14, 1942, Gamma Xi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was chartered by eighteen astute and innovative women: Margaret Broadnax, Jessica Brown, Ruby Cornwell, Viola Stewart, M. Alice LaSaine, Margaret Poinsette, Geneva P. Singleton, Hattie Green, Julia Purnell, Sadie Burroughs, Willa Curry, Emmie Gilkes, C. M. Thompson,…
|Recordings||Hazel Murray Stewart interview|
Hazel Murray Stewart is the daughter of Emilie Albertha Johnston Murray. Emilie has a school named after her and her best friend, Mary Alice LaSaine. That school is called, "Murray-LaSaine" elementary located in Charleston, South Carolina off Riverland Dr.
Hazel recalls what she can about the LaSaine Family. - R. Finley Sr.
|Videos||Dedication Day - Murray-LaSaine Elementary School|
Murray LaSaine Video for Dedication Day 2/29/2016
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