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Big Negro Excursion [January 3, 1925, advertisement in the Negro World announcing  the sailing of the S.S. Booker T.  Washington to Central America, the West Indies, Panama, and the South of the United States]
[Advertisement in the Negro World, January 17, 1925, announcing  the launching of the  ocean liner  S. S.  Booker T. Washington ]
Hotel Booker T. Washington "Over There"; Colored soldiers leaving an American port for "Over There".
B. T. Washington
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Booker T. Washington; Builder of a civilization; Emmet J. Scott and Lyman Beecher Stowe; With a preface by Theodore Roosevelt. [Title page]
Three prominent educators and authors; Prof. J.W. Gibson; Prof. Booker T. Washington; Prof. W.H. Crogman.
Booker T. Washington
Presidents of National Negro Business League; 1. Booker T. Washington, President; 2. Chas. Banks, Mound bayou, Miss., 1st Vice-President; 3. Fred D. Patterson, Greenfield, O., 2d Vice-President, 4. S. G. Elbert, M.D., Wilmington, Del., 3d Vice-President; 5. Harry T. Pratt, Baltimore, Md., 4th Vice-President; 6. J.A. Lankford, Washington, D.C., 5th Vice-President.
Booker T. Washington.
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Booker T. Washington.
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."
Selma Burke with her portrait bust of Booker T. Washington
Booker T. Washington, portrait bust in patined plaster
Booker T. Washington; President, Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute.
Booker T. Washington.
Group of Negro educators; Robert H. Bonner; Orishantkeh Fredremas; Chas. H. Boyer; Henry H. Proctor.
The Binga block; A visit of Mrs. Booker T. Washington to the Associated Business Club of Chicago, July 10th, 1924.
Dr. Booker T. Washington.
F. L. Cardoza, John S. Leary, John O. Crosby, E. S. Porter
Inman E. Page
Odd Fellows annual banquet; In attendance are such national characters as Booker T. Washington, Ex-Register J.C. Napier, former Register J.D. Lyons, Ex-Recorder of Deeds Lincoln Johnson, The local Grand Master, and others equally well known.
Booker T. Washington [recto].
Booker T. Washington [verso].
Mrs. Booker T. Washington
The black man's burden; By William H. Holtzclaw; With an introduction by Booker T. Washington; Illustrated by portraits and views. [Title page]
Dr. C. M. P. Bigbee, President B. Y. P. U. ; Rev. John H. Frank, D.D., M.D. Ex-Moderator, Louisville, Ky. ; Rev. W. J. M. Price, D.D. President Sunday School State Convention. ; Dr. Booker T. Washington, prominent Baptist educator.
Some noted educators of the colored race; John Wesley Hoffman; Booker T. Washington; W.H. Councill
Officers of the Board of Education for Negroes of the Methodist Episcopal Church; P.J. Maveety, Corresponding Secretary; Garland Penn, Corresponding Secretary; William F. Anderson, President; John H. Race, Treasurer; John L. Seaton, Educational Director.
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Selma Burke with her portrait bust of Booker T. Washington
Booker T. Washington, portrait bust in patined plaster
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