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The World War was from 1917 to 1919. 107 Storer College students were with the colors. 'Labor Omnia Vincit'
'107 Storer College students were with the colors. 'Labor Omnia Vincit'
'107 Storer College students were with the colors. 'Labor Omnia Vincit'
'107 Storer College students were with the colors. 'Labor Omnia Vincit'
Musician Edward Dickerson, 19th regt. band F.A.R.D. Camp Jackson. '107 Storer College students were with the colors. 'Labor Omnia Vincit'
Clayton served with the 349 Machine Gun Batallion, 92 Division.  '107 Storer College students were with the colors. 'Labor Omnia Vincit'
Signed, 'Forest G. Johnson, Yours for Democracy.' 107 Storer College students were with the colors. 'Labor Omnia Vincit'
Student on right in robe.
Miss Storer College, Myrtle Belcher with Selma Nickens, Mildred Matney, and Ruth Rush.
Richard McKinney at right.
Gilbert Beam, Class of 1903; Sam Beam, Class of 1898.
The girls are wearing matching dress and the guys are wearing tuxes.
John Brown's Fort is seen in the background.
John Brown's Fort in the background.
Likely during the 'Great Snow of 1941.'
Likely during the 'Great Snow of 1941.'
Likely during the 'Great Snow of 1941."'
Storer students stand next to snow covered car during the great snow of March 7, 8, 9, 1941.
Student in a gown shakes a man's hand.
Possibly Halloween performance.
'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.'
Group shot of students on front steps of building at Storer College.
Four male students with a pot on a stove.
Two male students washing their hands.
Three students sifting flour over a bowl.
Two male students making pie crust.
Two male students peeling vegetables.
Three students stand around a table sifting flour over a bowl.
Four female student and two football players at homecoming game.
Students try to even out the foundation for a construction project.
Football player presents gift to a female student.
Four female students standing in the back row.  Two football players seated on the ground.
'To Mother with all my love. your son, John Shorte'