FLOR500, Garden 219 Louise Kelley Frisbie, Author (1913–1989) A graduate of Florida Southern College, Louise Frisbie worked several years at Summerlin Institute in Bartow before joining her husband on the staff of the Polk County Democrat. She wrote a popular historical column, "Pioneers," which inspired her to author three books. In 1972, Governor Reubin Askew appointed her to the Polk County Historical Commission, where she served for 16 years. She was a founding member of the Polk County Historical Association and the first editor of the Polk County Historical Quarterly. Bartow Public Library
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Louise Kelley Frisbie, Author 

(1913–1989)

A graduate of Florida Southern College, Louise Frisbie worked several years at Summerlin Institute in Bartow before joining her husband on the staff of the Polk County Democrat. She wrote a popular historical column, "Pioneers," which inspired her to author three books. In 1972, Governor Reubin Askew appointed her to the Polk County Historical Commission, where she served for 16 years. She was a founding member of the Polk County Historical Association and the first editor of the Polk County Historical Quarterly. 





 




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