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W.E.B Du Bois's mother, Mary Burghardt Du Bois
Wm. Wells Brown
Josiah Henson
Josiah Henson
Wm. Wells Brown, M.D. The Colored Historian
Booker T. Washington, educator
Alexander Crummell, clergyman, teacher and missionary
Great Barrington High School, Class of 1884
Fisk University Class of 1888
The Philomathean Society of Central High School, Dayton, Ohio, showing Paul Laurence Dunbar (top row, at left) and Harry M. Lydenberg (bottom row, third from right)
Charles S. Morris and Frederick Douglass
Both working for the Y.M.C.A.; Mr. Kelly and his colored driver at work during the last German offensive.
Walter H. Brooks.
George W. Williams; A Union soldier, Baptist Minister and historian.
There is confusion. Holiday. Cane.
Four portraits of Negro women : Elise Johnson McDougald
Zora Neale Hurston at Federal Writer's Project booth at New York Times Book Fair
Women viewing an exhibit at Abyssinian Baptist Church
Exhibit at Abyssinian Baptist Church
Functions in the Writers' Project
Carlton Moss (standing) addressing armed forces servicemen and women at annual Thanksgiving Dinner
Portrait of Walter F. White, Executive Secretary of the NAACP and author of "How Far the Promised Land?" published in 1955.
Professor G. W. Carver; A great Negro Botanist and Professor of Agricultural Chemistry.
Frances J. Grimké.
Dr. William Edward Burghardt DuBois.
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper.
Joseph Seamon Cotter, Sr.
James Weldon Johnson.
Mrs. Georgia Douglas Johnson.
Charles H. Conner.
Zora Neale Hurston at Federal Writer's Project booth at New York Times Book Fair
Women viewing an exhibit at Abyssinian Baptist Church
Exhibit at Abyssinian Baptist Church
Functions in the Writers' Project
A Poem: by Phillis, a Negro Girl, in Boston
John Brown.
Samuel Ringgold Ward.
Illustrated interviews with eminent public men on leading topics of the day [Frederick Douglass]
The Colored American Republican text book, cover
He cut the ropes that bound her and she sank upon the ground again.
Three prominent educators and authors
A few thoughts on this and that; By L.O. Wilson; Parkersburg: The Scholl-Andre Printing Co. [Title page]
Negro poets and their poems; By Robert T. Kerlin, author of "The  voice of the Negro". [Title page]
Books about Negro Life for Children: 1946
Lorraine Hansberry funeral program, [cover]
The author and Rev. Harry Knight
Jerome R. Riley.
Dr. D. W. Culp
Three prominent educators and authors; Prof. J.W. Gibson; Prof. Booker T. Washington; Prof. W.H. Crogman.
Rev. D. D. Duck.
Douglass, the orator.
L. O. Wilson, Weston, West Va.
Booker T. Washington.
Kelly Miller, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Howard University, Washington, D.C.
Chaplain T. G. Steward.
Frederick Douglass.
Emancipation, by Meta Warrick Fuller.
Books about Negro Life for Children: 1949
Lorraine Hansberry funeral program, list of Honorary Pallbearers
Portrait of Frederick Douglass from frontispiece and title page of his book "My Bondage and My Freedom," published in 1856.
William Still; The underground railroad.
Booker T. Washington
S. W. Starks, late Grand Chancellor of West Virginia and Supreme Chancellor of the World, Knights of Pythias.
On entering Conference, June 1864; [Early portrait of Theophilus Gould Steward.]
Inspiration, by Meta Warrick Fuller.
Books about Negro Life for Children: 1957
S. Hamlin Guss, Principal Normal Department West Virginia Colored Institute.
Booker T. Washington; "His influence, like that of his school, was at first community wide, then county wide, then state wide, and finally nation wide."
M. V. Lynk, M.S., M.D., L.L.B.
Phillis Wheatley.
Books about Negro Life for Children: 1961
William Still.
Dr. I. Garland Penn, A. M., Atlanta, Ga.; Assistant General Secretary Epworth League M. E. Church and Corresponding Secretary and Originator of the Congress.
H. D. Hazlewood, Assisitant Principal Summer High School, Parkersburg, W. Va.
Afro-Americans with more than national reputation.
T. G. Steward; Embarking to Charleston.
Charles L. Reason.
Books about Negro Life for Children: 1963
E. L. Morton, Principal Victoria High School in 1903, now Principal Fairmont Colored Schools.
Mrs. Maria P. Williams and her husband.
J. Rupert Jefferson, Grand Worthy Counsellor, Grand Court of Calanthe.
James Madison Bell.
Booker Taliaferro Washington.
J. W. E. Bowen, D. D.
Paul Laurence Dunbar.
Chas. L. Reason
Rev. M. C. B. Mason, Ph. D.
The Rev. George F. Bragg, Jr. D.D.
Ethiopia - Awakening, by Meta Warrick Fuller.
Rev. D. Webster Davis
Booker T. Washington; President, Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute.
Bishop W. J. Gaines.
Bishop H. M. Turner
Joseph Seamon Cotter, Jr.
Chaplain T. G. Steward.
James David Corrothers.
I. Garland Penn.
R. S. Lovinggood, A. M.
Charles Bertram Johnson.
George Reginald Margetson.
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