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Portrait of African-American faculty member at Storer College.
Chairman of Federal Council’s Committee on Financial Aid Fiduciary Matters and Committee on Goodwill between Jews and Christians.
'John Fletcher.'
African-American students work on models in a classroom.
African-American students and instructor, T. W. Stanback, in class working on models.
African-American students and instructor, T. W. Stanback, working with models in class.
African-American instructor, T. W. Stanback, examines a set made by a student, Mrs. Callahan.
African-American students on a stage with an African-American teacher directing them.
African-American teacher examines an African-American student's face.
'Mrs. F. Chas. Carter and two children; 314 West Terrace Street, Syracuse, N. Y.  Chas. graduated in 1916.'  Mr. Chas. Carter was a student at Storer College for African-Americans.
Portrait of a female African-American student from Storer College.
Portrait of a male African-American student from Storer College.
Portrait of a male African-American student from Storer College.
Portrait of a male African-American student from Storer College, Class of 1901.
Portrait of a male African-American student from Storer College.
Portrait of a female African-American student from Storer College, Class of 1900.
Portrait of a female African-American student from Storer College, Class of 1900.
Portrait of African-American student William D. Johnson.
Portrait of African-American student Mabel S. Young, Class of 1904.
'The World War, 1917-1919; 107 Storer students were with the colors; Labor Omnia Vincit.'
'The World War, 1917-1919; 107 Storer students were with the colors; Labor Omnia Vincit.'
'The World War, 1917-1919; 107 Storer students were with the colors; Labor Omnia Vincit.'
'The World War, 1917-1919; 107 Storer students were with the colors; Labor Omnia Vincit.'