Paine College's High School Victory Corp Gardeners (Men And Women). Gardening And Farming Were Taught In Classrooms And From Demonstrations. The Gardens Were Campus Property. Vegetables Grown In These Gardens Were Served In The Dining Hall.
The College Flag Serves As A Visible Symbol Or Allegiance, Pride, Respect, And A Rallying Point; The Pictorial Account Of The Founding Black And White Leaders, And Goals Of Those Who Enter. Designed By Mrs. Ruth B. Crawford, 1939 Alumna.
Aerial view of Paine College campus. Beginning - right of picture, top to bottom: Carter Gymnasium, Bennett Hall, Girl's Cottages, Mary Helm Hall, Candler Library, Holsey Hall, Haygood Hall (with tower), President's House, left; and Epwowth Hall...
Rev. Hammond Was A Minister Of The Methodist Episcopal Church From The North Georgia Conference. He was Elected The Third President Of Paine College In 1911 And Served Until 1915. Bennett Hall Was Erected During His Administration.