George King, whose whereabouts has been unknown to your Secretary for the past three years, has been located at 807 Broadway, Macon, Ga. Since 1933 he has been teaching in FERA and WPA adult schools in Macon. As local supervisor of all the WPA teachers in Bibb County and of 60 or 70 NYA students from the city high schools he recently conducted a city-side survey for negro illiterates and contacted 1826 individuals in three days. An address before the annual meeting of the Association of Negro Teachers of Georgia on 'The Teaching of English to Adults' is now on the press.
[After Dartmouth, George M. King settled with his wife, Gertrude Wilheim Harris, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and pursued various business opportunities before becoming an educator in the public schools of Georgia where in died in 1942.]