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Since it was founded in 1851 as the Miner School, the University of the District of Columbia and its predecessor institutions have played a vital role in educating African Americans in the District of Columbia. The Digital Collection of the University Archives of the University of the District of Columbia consists of images that document the people, events, and places important in the history of the university and its predecessor institutions Miner Normal School, Miner Teachers College, Wilson Normal School, Wilson Teachers College DC Teachers College, Federal City College, Washington Technical Institute, Antioch School of Law, DC School of Law, as well as the University of the District of Columbia. This collection of images includes university presidents, campus buildings, presidents, faculty, students, activities, documents, and significant events.

 
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