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Edwardine Crenshaw Couch


Edwardine Crenshaw was born in Arkansas. She graduated from Southeastern Teachers College (Durant, Oklahoma) and Oklahoma University. In 1921, she married O.L. Couch, at which time she was teaching English and public speaking. In 1926, she was admitted to the bar and thereafter practiced law with her husband. She served as Secretary of the Fannin County Bar Association and contributed to various periodicals.

[Source: Vaida Stwart Montgomery (ed.), A Century with Texas Poets and Poetry 82-83 (Dallas: The Kaleidography Press, 1934)]

Biographical Reference: Florence Elberta Barns, Texas Writers of Today (Dallas: Tardy Publishing Co., 1935)


Edwardine Crenshaw Couch, Funny Monologues About People You Know (Franklin, Ohio: Eldridge, 1900)(Franklin, Ohio: Eldridge Entertainment House, 1925)

______________________, Couch's Book of Monologs: A Collection of Twelve Monologs (Lebanon, Ohio: March Brothers, 1924)

______________________, Funny Things About People You Know (Franklin, Ohio: Eldridge, 1925)