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 January, 1889 vol 1 no. 6.
The Charter Class Completes Studies; Board Spotlight is on Dr. Clinton Warner; the Liaison Committee for Medical Education Approved Thirty Two (32) Students for the School of Medicine at Morehouse College; One Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollars...
The Graduating Class Of 1936 (continued). Photographed Are: Thomas E. Smoot - Aiken, S.C., Verma Morman - Augusta, GA., Naomi Beatrice Littles - Augusta, GA., Addie Holt - Augusta, GA., Miss Freddie Stone - Augusta, GA., Raymond C. Norris - Wagner,...
Drama clubs; Students; Teachers; Universities & colleges;
The Tennessee State Players Guild's Return From a European Tour to U.S. Military Installations in Germany, Belguim, Holland, and Italy. Sponsored by the United States Organizations (USO) in Association With the American Educational Theatre...
Sports; Football; Virginia Normal and Industrial Institute
This appears to be a photograph of the men who won letters at the University in 1919. Standing at the rear, is Thomas Puryear, Dean of Men and Assistant Coach, and to the right top row was Gideon Smith, Head Coach.
Thomas Rutling was born in Wilson County, Tennessee in 1854. His father and brother were sold away from him before he was two years old. He stated on the plantation until 1865, when he moved to Nashville and soon after went to Fisk.
United States Department of Defense Presents The Tennessee State Players Guild of Tennessee State University in "Rhythm Time", A Two-Act Variety Show, by Thomas E. Poag on European Tour, April-May, 1970.
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 February 1897, no. 80.