Tuskegee Airman; Virginia State College for Negroes
(Ret.)Col. Howard Baugh, a 1941 graduate of Virginia State College for Negroes is shown with his fighter plane in 1944. (Ret.)Col. Baugh was one of five Virginia State graduates who were in the 99th pursuit squadron.
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- Wilson Teachers College;
Higbie, Edgar C.;
Wilson Teachers College;
Wilson Teachers College -- Presidents
Dr. Higbie (1875- 1944) was appointed president of Wilson Teachers College in 1931. Dr. Higbie retired as President of Wilson Teachers College in February 1941, because of ill health. He remained on the faculty until his death in 1944.
Scene From "Nine Girls", A Play in a Prologue and Two Acts, by Wilfrid H. Pettitt on August 18, 1944 in the College Auditorium. This Play Was Dedicated to the A. & I. State College Students in the Armed Forces.
Tennessee State College Summer Theatre Presents "Nine Girls" A Play in a Prologue and Two Acts by Wilfrid H. Pettitt. The Play Was Dedicated to the A. & I. State College, Students in the Armed Forces and was Directed by Thomas E....
Rockefeller Officials Visit Southern. Spending a half day on Southern University's campus viewing the plant and discussing General Education Board fellowships were, left to right: Dr. Felton G. Clark, president of Southern University; Dr. H. M....
Clark, Joseph S. [Samuel], 1871-1944; Clark, Octavia H. [Head], 1880-1959; Clark, Felton G. [Grandison], 1903-1970
The "Clarks "Standing left to right: Dr. Felton G. Clark [son and president of Southern University and A&M College], Dr. Joseph S. Clark [father, president emeritus of Southern University and A&M College and husband] and Mrs....
Paine College's High School Graduating Class. Two Years Of High School Work (Work Of The Third And Fourth Years) Were Offered At Paine College. This Work Was Organized As A Senior High School. The High School Was Discontinued After 1944.
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College -- Presidents;
Matthew Whitehead (1918-1990) was the last president of the Miner Teachers College, before it merged with Wilson Teachers College to become part of the District of Columbia Teachers College, in 1954 in the aftermath of the US Supreme Court’s...
Founded in 1851, Miss Miner’s school became known under the following names: 1) Colored Girl’s school, 2) Miner Normal School, 3) Washington Normal School #2, 4) Miner Normal School (a second time), and 5) Miner Teachers College. The school was...
College presidents -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teacher College
Clark, Eugene A.
Miner Normal School
Miner Teachers College -- Presidents
school principals -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Normal School
Eugene A. Clark (1883-1962) was the last principal of Miner Normal School and the first president of Miner Teachers College. Born in Washington DC, he received his degrees from Williams College and Miner Teachers College (1908). He taught in the DC...
A 1944 photograph of Dr. James E. Shepard, faculty and businessmen at a luncheon held in his honor at White Rock Baptist Church (seated left to right) Ms. Marjorie Shepard, Dr. James T. Taylor, Dr. James E. Shepard, Mrs. Hattie W. Shepard, Ms....