Margaret M. Washington (1865-1925). Class of 1884. Booker T. Washington's third wife. Helped found the Tuskegee Woman's Club and the National Association of Colored Women (1896). Edited the Association's main publication, National Association Notes...
Dr. George Perley Phenix Was the Fourth President of Hampton Institute. In 1908 He Served as Vice Principal of the Institute and Acting Principal Twice in 1918. Dr. George Perley Phenix Was the First to Use the Term President.
Commissioned Officer; Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute.
Virginus Johnston was a 1913 graduate of the Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute. Virginus was one of five Virginia State University graduates to be commissioned an officer in the 92nd division during World War I.
Not many HBCUs had Reserve Officers Training Corps, at the beginning of World War I. James Nicholas, who will graduate from Virginia State and become a full professor at Virginia State and Rector of the Board of Visitors, was a member of this corp.
Baseball players--Louisiana--Baton Rouge; Southern University and A & M College--Baseball
Felton G. Clark member of the 1918 Southern University baseball team is seated first on the left and his father, Dr. Joseph Samuel Clark, president of Southern University and A&M College is standing on the right.
A 1918 photograph of Domestic Science students, (first row left to right) Cecelia Leon Cooper, Margaret Louise Johnson ( teacher), Carrie Mable Walden, Allean Cooperdeen Burgus, unidentified woman, (second row left to right) Gelia Ruth Darnell,...