FLOR500 Garden 328 William S. “Tiny” Talbot, School Superintendent 1918–1986 Tiny Talbot was the superintendent of schools in Alachua County during the time of desegregation. As superintendent, he worked to modernize the school system and to insure that desegregation proceeded as smoothly as possible. Previously, he had served as principal of Gainesville High School. He also served a term as a Gainesville city commissioner. An army sergeant gave him his nickname of “Tiny.”
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William S. "Tiny” Talbot, School Superintendent 

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William S. "Tiny” Talbot, School Superintendent 

(1918–1986)

Tiny Talbot was the superintendent of schools in Alachua County during the time of desegregation. As superintendent, he worked to modernize the school system and to insure that desegregation proceeded as smoothly as possible. Previously, he had served as principal of Gainesville High School. He also served a term as a Gainesville city commissioner. An army sergeant gave him his nickname of "Tiny.”





 




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