James Barnes came to Virginia State in 1931 as an instructor in health and physical education. He also coached basketball, football, and track during his short stay at Virginia State College for Negroes. There is a street named for Coach Barnes...
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- District of Columbia Teachers College;
District Of Columbia Teachers College;
District Of Columbia Teachers College – Presidents
Dr. Paul P. Cooke, was the third president of DCTC and served from 1966 through 1974.
Dr. Cooke has lived in the District of Columbia since 1921, when his family moved from Harlem, New York. He graduated from Dunbar High School. He earned a BA...
College students – Washington (D.C.) – Miner Teachers College;
College theater -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teachers College;
Cooke, Paul P.;
Miner Teachers College
J. Francis Gregory, an English instructor at Miner. was largely responsible for student drama at Miner. He was responsible for organizing and directing the Little Theatre group at the College.
Dr. Paul P. Cooke, Associate Professor of English,...
College Theater -- Washington (D.C.) -- Miner Teachers College;
Miner Teachers College;
Cooke, Paul P.
One of the most important productions of the Miner Dramatics Club was “The Life of Myrtilla Miner, a play written by Dr. Paul P. Cooke, then an English instructor, and presented during Miner’s Centennial Observance in March 1951
College presidents – Washington (D.C.) -- Wilson Teachers College;
Wilson Teachers College;
Wilson Teachers College -- Presidents
Dr. Walter E. Hager (1895-1990) was appointed president of Wilson Teachers College in 1941. He earned is Bachelors in Science from the University of Nebraska in 1916; his A.M. from Columbia University in 1927, and his PhD from Columbia University...
Federal City College -- Presidents;
Russell, Wendell R.
Wendell R. Russell (1926- ) was the fourth president of Federal City College. He served from 1974 through 1977, when Federal City College merged with DCTC and WTI to form the University of the District of Columbia. From 1970 through 1974, Dr....
Mathematics; Teachers; College administrators; Fraternities & sororities; Universities & colleges;
Alger V. Boswell Came to Tennessee State University In 1930 as a Mathematics Instructor and Served as Professor of Mathematics for 40 Years Until His Retirement From the University in 1970. He Served as Head of Arts and Sciences Department for...
Dr. Martin L. Harvey, Dean of Students came to Southern University in 1940 as a Social Sciences instructor. Later he served as Dean of Students for more than 20 years. Dr. Martin L. Harvey also had a building named in his honor on the Southern...
Mayberry, Emma N. [Nesbit]; Home economics teachers--Louisiana; Southern University and A & M College--Faculty
Black and white portrait of Emma N. Mayberry, Southern University's first Director of Home Economics. She also started the first sorority chapter on the campus of Southern in 1932. This sorority is: Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
In 1895, the Chapel Was Built By Students Under the Supervision of the Reverend Henry Beard Delany, Who at the Time Was an Instructor of Carpentry and Masonry, Chaplain and Musician. The Construction Work Was Completed By William Haywood, Jerry...
In 1897, Benson Library, Often Referred to as Benson #1, Was Completed and Made Possible By a Gift of $1,600.00 From Miss Mary Benson of Brooklyn, New York. This Building Was Constructed Under the Supervision of George E. Hayes, An Instructor In...