District Of Columbia Teachers College;
District Of Columbia Teachers College--Faculty;
Associate Director Matthew Whitehead (1918-1990) was the last President of Miner Teachers College, and Dean of DCTC. He received his AB from Johnson C. Smith University; his MA from Teachers College, Columbia University; Ed.D, New York University....
Fisk Jubilee Singers with the mayor of Caracas, Venezuela during their 75th Anniversary Tour, November 1946. Left to right: Brooks Alexander, Norton E. Evans, Rowan W. Spearman, Mayor of Caracas, Matthew W. Kennedy, Mrs. James A. Myers, Director;...
Matthew Kennedy (1921-). Concert pianist, composer. Class of 1946. Graduate of Julliard School of Music, professor of music at Fisk University, director of the Jubilee Singers, 1957-1968, 1971-1973, 1975-1986.
1906-1978, Matthew Walker, M.D., Graduating Class of 1934 With Honors. Surgeon, Professor, Chairman of the Department of Surgery, Provost of External Affairs. Matthew Walker is an Intricate Part of Meharry History Having Instructed and Trained...
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...
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College -- Presidents;
Matthew Whitehead (1918-1990) was the last president of the Miner Teachers College, before it merged with Wilson Teachers College to become part of the District of Columbia Teachers College, in 1954 in the aftermath of the US Supreme Court’s...
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.
The bulletin of Atlanta University was a publication sent to faculty, friend and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is December 1907, no. 177.