The Howard J. Chidley Residence Hall was named in honor of Dr. Howard J. Chidley, a minister at First Congregational Church in Winchester, member of the Board of Trustees from 1916 to 1921 and financial contributor and supporter of the National...
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The Inaugural Convocation Was Held November 21, 1951 at Tennessee State University. At the Mike: Commissioner J. A. Barksdale Gives the "University Authorization" To Be Called Tennessee State University. To the Left: President Davis...
Leatrice B. McKissack (1930- ). Entrepreneur, businessperson. Class of 1951. Past CEO of McKissack and McKissack Architectural and Engineering, Inc., builder of Fisk's Carnegie Library (1909) and Tuskegee's famous World War II airbase. Member of...
Clark, Eugene A.
miner Normal School
Miner Teachers College
School principals -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Normal School
Smith, Mary P.
Turner, J. Arthur
Pictured here are four of the seven principals/presidents of Miner Normal School/Miner Teachers College. These individuals provided day to day leadership of the school from 1851 to 1951. The seven principals/presidents were: 1) Myrtilla Miner...
College Theater -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College;
Cooke, Paul P.
One of the most important productions of the Miner Dramatics Club was “The Life of Myrtilla Miner, a play written by Dr. Paul P. Cooke, then an English instructor, and presented during Miner’s Centennial Observance in March 1951
As part of the centennial celebration of Myrtilla Miner founding the school, Miner Teacher College officials and descendants of Ms. Miner held a ceremony at her gravesite, on March 7, 1951, at Oak Hill Cemetery, in Georgetown, DC.