This group sang on WBAL radio three times a week with The Stevedore Quartette from Virginia. Members are (L-R): Charlie Cornish; Carroll Waters; Charlotte B. Robinson, Director; Andrew White; Eldridge Waters.
Standing (L-R): Marion Waller; Carroll Waters; Charlotte B. Robinson, Music Director; Eldrige Waters; Andrew White; Kenneth Lane. Charlotte Robinson taught at the school for over 30 years and composed the Alma Mater song.
Miner Teachers College; Miner Teachers College -- football
The athletic program at Miner was generally limited through its entire history, especially in the area of intercollegiate athletics. Athletics was still underdeveloped in 1933. At the time, there was a lack of athletic tradition and support for...
College students – Washington (D.C.) – Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College – Alumni and alumnae;
Miner Teachers College -- Students;
World War, 1939-1945.
Graduates of Miner Teachers College who served in the military during World War II.
World War II was accompanied by increased employment opportunities for students, military inductions, teaching shortages, and the increasing desire of many male...
A photograph of male students in the “Rusty Seven” club, (front row left to right) Matthew Bond, Frank Batts, and C. Wyatt Graces, (Back row left to right) David Jeffery, Andrew Neville, McKinley King, and Louis Austin.