Education – Washington (D.C.)
Incorporation. -- Washington (D.C.) – Miner Normal School;
Miner Normal School;
Teaching -- Washington (D.C.)
Announcement of the incorporation of Miner Normal School, July 1876. This was a privately-funded institution, which was created after Miner ended its relationship with Howard. In 1877, the independent Miner Normal School was established in the...
African Americans -- Education;
Miner Normal School;
Miner Teachers College;
Teachers, Training of
Illustration of Myrtilla Miner (1815-1864), founder of the Miner School, which became Miner Teachers College. Miss Miner was a native of New York, and had also taught planters’ daughters in Mississippi. Miss Miner became determined to improve the...
Miner Normal School
Miner Normal School -- Buildings
Washington Normal School
Washington Normal School -- Buildings
Miner Normal School (officially known as Washington Normal School #2) held classes in the Franklin Building from ca. 1873 to 1907. This building was on the Southeast corner of 13rh and K. NW. Designed by Adolph Cuss, the building was completed and...
Mandela, Nelson, 1918-; Southern University and A & M College. Nelson Mandela School of Public Policy
Names of persons in photograph: Seated left to right: Dr. E. Joseph Savoie Commissioner of Higher Education Louisiana Board of Regents; Honorable M. J. "Mike" Foster Governor, State of Louisiana; Dr. Edward Jackson, Chancellor, Southern...
The Honorable Nelson Mandela President Emeritus Republic of South Africa arriving at the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport. Mr. Ralph Slaughter, System Vice President for Administration and Management for Southern University was there to greet...
College presidents; School integration; Universities & colleges;
Dr. Andrew P. Torrence Served as President of Tenessee State University From 1968 Until He Resigned in 1974 to Become Provost and Executive Vice-President of Tuskegee Institute. As President of Tennessee State University, Dr. Torrence Was Involved...
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.