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.
When the Chapel In Porter Hall Became Inadequate to Accommodate the Growing Congregation, a Separate Was Constructed Through the Generosity of Misses Olivia and Caroline Phelps Stokes of New York City. The Labor of the New Chapel Was Supplied By...
Black Militia; Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute
When the cornerstone for the main building was laid in July of 1883, there was a program which included a parade to the campus by different organizations. Included in this parade were several of the black militia units. The unit shown here was...
School Teacher; Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute
William Henry Johnson is shown in this 1889 wedding photograph with Mrs. Nannie Brewer Johnson. William Henry Johnson was the son of Henry Johnson, who had been born a slave on the old Fleet Plantation site. Mrs. Nannie Brewer Johnson was also...
Confederate General; Battle of the Crater; Readjuster Party; Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute
William Mahone was a railroad engineer, a Confederate General, and a hero in the Battle of the Crater, July 30, 1864. After the Civil War he was one of the people who helped establish the Readjuster Party. The Party's support of the public...
Politician, Virginia Normal and Collegiate Institute
William Nash Stevens was a member of the group of African American Legislators who presented a number of bills in February of 1882. The honorable William Nash Stevens presented the bill to move the "COLORED" insane asylum to Dinwiddie.
University Secretary; Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute
William Rogers came to Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute in 1903 to teach manual science. He retired in 1947, during his time he was the football coach, athletic director, and cashier. The university football stadium is named in his honor.
Women's Missionary Council Of The Methodist Episcopal Church South Funded And Established A Project For Girls As An "Annex" To The Paine Campus In 1902. The Two Industrial Buildings And Bennett Hall Were Part Of The Project.
Paine Institute; Buildings; Cottages; Campus buildings
Women's Missionary Council Of The Methodist Episcopal Church South Was Responsible For The Construction Of Two Frame Buildings For Industrial Work For Girls. The Buildings Contained Classrooms And Equipment For The Teaching Of Cooking, Sewing,...
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...