The Martha M. Brown Memorial Library Erected in 1927 and Was the First Library Building for the Fifteen-Year Old Institution. On November 23, 1949 an Annexation and Renovation of the Building Was Completed and Officially Named the Martha M. Brown...
Clark, Eugene A.
miner Normal School
Miner Teachers College
School principals -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Normal School
Smith, Mary P.
Turner, J. Arthur
Pictured here are four of the seven principals/presidents of Miner Normal School/Miner Teachers College. These individuals provided day to day leadership of the school from 1851 to 1951. The seven principals/presidents were: 1) Myrtilla Miner...
Dr. Euphemia Haynes (1890-1980) had a distinguished career in Washington. She taught in the public schools of Washington, DC for forty-seven years and was the first woman to chair the DC School Board. She was a teacher of first grade at Garrison...
Southern University at Shreveport; Teachers; Employees
Black and White Photo; 1st Faculty and Staff: Kneeling, Left to Right: Clifton Jones, Registrar; Dr. Ivory Nelson, Chairman, Natural Science Division; Robert Williams, English; Joseph Davis, Men's Counselor; James S. Holt, Biology; Leonard Barnes,...
Members of the 1955 Tigerbelle Track Team of Tennessee A & I State University. Front: Summer School Participant, and Martha Hudson. Back: Willie B. White, Coach Edward S. Temple, Wilma Rudolph and Darlene Scott.
Members of the Tigerbelle Track Team of Tennessee A & I State University Display the Medals They Won in a Track Meet Against the U.S.S.R in Moscow in 1958. Pictured are Coach Edward S. Temple, Martha Hudson, Lucinda Williams, Isabelle Daniels...
1960 United States Olympic Team Includes Back: Anna Lois Smith, Wilma Rudolph, Coach Edward S. Temple, Barbara Jones and Ralph Boston. Front: Jo Ann Terry, Shirley Crowder, Lucinda Williams and Martha Hudson.
Black and White Photo of First Honor Students. (Seated Left to Right): Gina Larette Frazier, Versa Marina, Dorothy Ford, Hendretta Reagan, Dorothy Lindsay, Doris Marie Bennett, Lula Mae Roberson, Frances Drew, Katherine Patterson, and Edna Byrd....
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 1897, no. 85.
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 November 1985, no. 68.