College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- District of Columbia Teachers College;
Cooke, Paul P.;
District Of Columbia Teachers College;
District Of Columbia Teachers College – Presidents
Upon the merging of DCTC, FCC, and WTI, to form the University of the District of Columbia, Dr. Cooke retired as President of DCTC. He remained active with the University of the District of Columbia, and chaired its History Committee. In 1986, UDC...
Virginia Flintall, kneeling, a student from Manhattan, New York, demonstrates for (left to right) Bonnie Broadway, Oakboro, N.C.; Sarah Franklin, Durham, N.C.; and Mary Spivey, Montclair, N.J. These students participated in a water show at North...
The bulletin of Atlanta University was a publication sent to faculty, friends and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is February 1897, no. 80.
The bulletin of Atlanta University was a publication sent to faculty, friends and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is January 1901, no. 115.
William H. Miles Was Born a Slave In 1828 and Freed In 1854. He Joined the Methodist Episcopal Church (South) In 1855 and the Church Licensed Him to Preach in 1857. Over the Next 22 Years, He Lead a Church That Grew Into One of the Largest In the...
Wilson Teachers College;
Seals (Numismatics) -- Washington (D.C.) -- Wilson Teachers College
Wilson Teachers College was established in 1873 as the Washington Normal School. The name was changed to James Ormond Wilson Normal School in 1913 in honor of the man who was superintendent of schools when Wilson Normal School was founded. Wilson...
College presidents -- Washington (D.C.) -- Washington Technical Institute;
Washington Technical Institute;
Washington Technical Institute -- Presidents
WTI President Cleveland Dennard with plans for new WTI campus. WTI was first housed at temporary quarters at the old Bureau of Standards campus at 4100 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington DC. WTI President Dennard led the initiative to construct...
Radio – Washington (D.C.) -- University of the District of Columbia;
WUDC was a 4,000-watt station, licensed to the University of the District of Columbia – hence the call letters – WUDC. UDC had to sell its radio station to raise the money it needed as an educational institution. WUDC was never a financial...