The bulletin of the Atlanta University was a publication sent to fauclty, friends and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is November, 1885 no. 2.
Southern University and A & M College--Students; Activists; Riots & demonstrations;
A.) Point at which students were felled
B.) State Police Tactical Squad
C.) Sheriff's Tactical Squad
D.) Sheriff Squad # 2
E.) Sheriff Squad # 3
F.) Sheriff Squad # 4
G.) Campus Security Squad
H.) State Police Armored Car
I.) Route of Sate Police...
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...
W. J. Hale, the First President of Tennesse Agricultural and Industrial State Normal School (Now Tennessee State University), Was Married to the Former Hattie E. Hodgkins in 1913. He Is Pictured Here With His Wife and Young Daughter. They Also Had...
This Is a Black and White Photo of William J. Hale, Jr. (President William J. Hale's Son) Taken in 1931. He Was President of the Senior Class, President of Anderson-Billy Hale, Jr. Club, Member of Omega Psi Phi and Phi Beta Tau Organizations.
Front row (L-R): Hall; Elliott; Jones; Davis (Cap't.); Henry; Davage Taylor. Second row (L-R): Butler; Maddox; J. Waters; Wormley; Hobbs; Cromwell; Diggs; Watkins. Standing (L-R): Principal L. S. James; Spry; Jackson; Holland (Mgr.); Hart; Waters;...