United States Department of Defense Presents The Tennessee State Players Guild of Tennessee State University in "Rhythm Time", A Two-Act Variety Show, by Thomas E. Poag on European Tour, April-May, 1970.
Mathematics; Teachers; College administrators; Fraternities & sororities; Universities & colleges;
Alger V. Boswell Came to Tennessee State University In 1930 as a Mathematics Instructor and Served as Professor of Mathematics for 40 Years Until His Retirement From the University in 1970. He Served as Head of Arts and Sciences Department for...
Chemical laboratories--Louisiana; Southern University and A & M College--Buildings
The scientific courses of the University were greatly aided by the Morrill Fund of 1890. The courses were taught largely to meet the conditions of the appropriation and to give the pupils "scientific agriculture and scientific...
Founders' Day commemorations--Louisiana--Baton Rouge
Standing left to right: Dean John Sebastian Jones, Academic department or Teachers training program and long time teacher in Lake Charles, Louisiana; Dr. Joseph Samuel Clark, late President of Southern University and A&M College; Mrs. Octavia...
Mayberry, Emma N. [Nesbit]; Home economics teachers--Louisiana; Southern University and A & M College--Faculty
Black and white portrait of Emma N. Mayberry, Southern University's first Director of Home Economics. She also started the first sorority chapter on the campus of Southern in 1932. This sorority is: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
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 December 1895, no. 69.