Bennett Hall, A Dormitory For Women, Was Named In Memory Of Miss Bell H. Bennett; Name Changed To Harper House In 1962 And Served As A Dormitory For Men Until 1971. The Building Was Demolished In 1977.
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- District of Columbia Teachers College;
District Of Columbia Teachers College;
District Of Columbia Teachers College – Presidents
Dr. Paul P. Cooke, was the third president of DCTC and served from 1966 through 1974.
Dr. Cooke has lived in the District of Columbia since 1921, when his family moved from Harlem, New York. He graduated from Dunbar High School. He earned a BA...
Sam Jones, one of the all-time greatest National Basketball Association players and coach Floyd Brown are pictured holding trophies. Sam Jones played at North Carolina Central University from 1951 to 1954 and then served in the United States Army...
Washington (D.C.) – Public Schools;
Washington Normal School;
Wilson, James Ormond;
Wilson Normal School;
Wilson Teachers College
The college was named in honor of James Ormond Wilson (1825-1911). Wilson graduated from Dartmouth University. He was trustee of the Washington Public Schools from 1861 through 1869, and the second superintendent of schools for Washington Public...
This building named in honor of Dr. William Edward Farrison and Pauline Newton for their contributions to the English Department. Dr. Farrison was an author, scholar and served also as Chair of the English Department From 1938 to 1962. Miss...
This building was named in honor of Dr. William Harrison Robinson, a long-time teacher and chairman in the Department of Physics from 1937 to 1962. The William Harrison Robinson Science building was constructed in 1937 and renovated in 1970.
Lincoln University Pennsylvania, Yearbook, Students, Faculty
Yearbook. Pre-Title Page: The Senior Class Presents. Title Pages (Double-Page Spread) [Image of the Lincoln Memorial Statue of A. Lincoln], The Lion. Microfilming and Digitization Funded By the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC).