Maude Josephine Yancey entered Knoxville College in 1938 in the first step toward her long career in health education at North Carolina College [now North Carolina Central University] in Durham, N.C., Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Elizabeth City State University in Elizabeth City, N.C.
New York Age, 29 April 1944.
Her education included a scholarship to study at University of Michigan.
From July Meeting, 1946, Proceedings of the Board of Regents [of the University of Michigan] (1946).
Excerpt from Maude J. Yancey, “The Establishment of the University Health Service at the University of Michigan,” published in Studies in the History of Higher Education in Michigan, University of Michigan (1950).
American Journal of Public Health (1951).
In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 538 East Nash Street, druggist Darcy C. Yancey, 46, wife Lelia B., 40, and daughter Maude, 9.
The Eagle yearbook, North Carolina College (1952).