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Four female student and two football players at homecoming game.
Three students stand around a table sifting flour over a bowl.
Two male students peeling vegetables.
Two male students making pie crust.
Three students sifting flour over a bowl.
Two male students washing their hands.
Four male students with a pot on a stove.
Group shot of students on front steps of building at Storer College.
'Chief Nurse 1st Lt. Elizabeth T. Dozier, Rt. #1, Box 79, Eastover, South Carolina, looks on while Pfc. Calvin Williams, 1836 'E' Street, Fresno Calif., pleasantly passes away hours with handcraft in Lockbourne Army Base Station Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, with the aid of Franklin County Red Cross Chapter Gray Lady, Mrs. Lillie B. Williamson, 170 North Champion Avenue, Columbus, Ohio.'
'Bridge, always a favorite game at Lockbourne Army Air Base Station Hospital, Columbus, is being played by Gray Lady Mrs. Henry T. Myrick, 256 Lexington Avenue, Columbus, Pvt. James Cumberbatch, 448 Lexington Avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Mrs. Charles D. Allen, American Red Cross Franklin County Chapter Gray Lady, 84 North 17th St., and 1st Lt. Fabian O. Francis, 316 W. 12th St., New York, N.Y.'
Lady gives a speech in a cap and gown.
John Brown's fort at far left.
'There will be no charge for this photo as it is not too good.'
Possibly Halloween performance.
Student in a gown shakes a man's hand.
'In the background is Storer Campus.'
'Front of house, facing North.'
'East end of house facing gap.'
Pictured during the great snow of March 7, 8, 9, 1941.
Storer students stand next to snow covered car during the great snow of March 7, 8, 9, 1941.
Likely during the 'Great Snow of 1941."'
Likely during the 'Great Snow of 1941.'
Likely during the 'Great Snow of 1941.'
During the 'Great Snow of 1941.'
During the 'Great Snow of 1941.'
During the 'Great Snow of 1941.'
During the 'Great Snow of 1941.'
Appears to be a stone wall or fort.
'Mrs. Anne L. Dudley Bates, 114 E. Pleasant Ave. Syracuse, N.Y. Named Dudley Chapel after her. One of the first missionary workers in the valley and at the college.'
John Brown's Fort in the background.