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Clarence Poe only attended one year of high school and first came to Raleigh in 1897 where he was employed by the PROGRESSIVE FARMER. Later, he became the editor of the magazine and continued to write editorials for it until his death in 1964.
The second part of Charles Poe's account of his father's life after moving to Raleigh. Clarence Poe was the long-time editor of the magazine, PROGRESSIVE FARMER. He died in 1964 at the age of eighty-three.
Clarence Hamilton Poe, former president of The Progressive Farmer, has a zeal for a better commonwealth that has never flagged in fifty years.
Dr. Clarence Poe had a distinguished educational career and for the past 40 years has had a distinguished editorship of The Progressive Farmer, an influential journal. He is also on the board of trustees of Wake Forest College and chairman of the executive committee of State College.