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 October 1898, no. 94.
Haygood Hall, The Main Building On Campus, Was Named In Memory Of Bishop A.G. Haygood. It Was A Four Story Brick And Stone Building That Housed The Chapel, Administrative Offices, Library, Classrooms, And Scientific Laboratory. Haygood Hall...
Dr. Pitts Was The First African American, First Alumnus, And Nineth President To Serve At Paine College. As A C.M.E Minister And Theologian, Dr. Pitts Served As President Of Miles College Before Returning To Paine. He Is Credited As The Person Who...
Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, Nineteenth Century African American Higher Education
Date Uncertain, But May Be 1877. The Stone Chapel Behind Students Was Destroyed in a Hurricane in 1878. Class of 1877 Was Approximately 22 Students, According to I.N. Rendall's Notebook (see 1907 Rendall Notebook).
Bennett College -- Campus Building; Theological seminary; College Buildings
Gorrell Street Gateway Has a Plaque Attached to the Pier Just East of the Gateway Opening That Reads: "The Catherine Bearden Way, Presented to Bennett College by Her Children as a Token of Their Appreciation."