Washington (D.C.) – Public Schools;
Washington Normal School;
Wilson, James Ormond;
Wilson Normal School;
Wilson Teachers College
The college was named in honor of James Ormond Wilson (1825-1911). Wilson graduated from Dartmouth University. He was trustee of the Washington Public Schools from 1861 through 1869, and the second superintendent of schools for Washington Public...
When the Chapel In Porter Hall Became Inadequate to Accommodate the Growing Congregation, a Separate Was Constructed Through the Generosity of Misses Olivia and Caroline Phelps Stokes of New York City. The Labor of the New Chapel Was Supplied By...
Student Protesters -- Washington (D.C.) -- University of the District of Columbia;
University of the District of Columbia;
University of the District of Columbia. Board of Trustees;
University of the District of Columbia – Students
Students protested against several academic and administrative issues at UDC from September 26 through October 16, 1990. They submitted a list of 43 demands to the UDC Board of Trustees.
The Literati Club Was Founded in the Fall of 1932 by Miss Zelma L. Redmond. This Organization Sought to Create a Special Desire for Speech Improvement by Making Students Increasingly More English-Conscious; Encourage Creative Activity and to...
From 1939 through 1943, Dr. John Hope Franklin Was a Member of the Faculty at Saint Augustine's College, Where He Was a Professor of History and Engaged in Research. Although This Was His Second Teaching Position, He Had Begun Writing "From...
Isabelle Daniels, a Member of the Tennessee A & I State College Tigerbelles, Fills Out the Paperwork for Her Parade Uniform for the 1955 Pan-American Games in Mexico City, Mexico. She Won a Silver Medal in the 60 Meter Dash and Gold Medal as...
[Academic Building]. Built around 1917. Location: Was located on what is now Netterville Drive, east of the Mississippi River, adjacent to the old Administration Building. Purpose: During the early years, up through the 80s, it was a multipurpose...
Pinchback, Pinckney Benton Stewart, b. 1837 d. 1921; Governors--Louisiana
Founder and sponsor of the relocation of Southern University. Pinchback served as Senator in the Louisiana State Senate in 1867, Lieutenant Governor in 1871 and Governor of Louisiana from December 9, 1872 to January 13, 1873 [35 days].
The bulletin of the Atlanta University was a publication sent to fauclty, friends and alumni of the institution; Telling of the institution's progress and present needs. This issue is November, 1885 no. 2.
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 December 1888, vol. 1 no. 5.