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Students paint the inside of a room.
Four male Storer students pose for a portrait on the steps of a building.
Four male Storer students pose for a portrait on a snowy day.
Two female student stand next to male student wearing a letterman sweater.
Male and female student looking to the left.
Male and female student in profile.
Male and female students in formal clothing.
Male and female students posed for a portrait.
A male and female student pose for a portrait.
Students sewing in Home Economics.
A female and male student.  Male is wearing a letterman sweater.
A male and female student stand outside looking at papers in a file together.
Girls holding on to streamers at May Day celebration.
Group portrait of Storer College Cornet Band members with instruments on lawn. Pictured: 'B. Debbis, C. Dennis, John W. McKinney, T. Herrod, Trulia Jones, Eugene Jones, C. McKinney, Prof. Saunders, W. Harris.'
L to R:  Isabelle Stewart, Raymond McNeal and Odetta Johnson display a Storer pennant sitting on the campus lawn. All three students are listed as Honor Students in 1916.
Group portrait of the Glee Club in uniform at Storer College, a school for African-Americans.
Two female African-American students hold flowers.
Class of 1938: 'Back row: Bruce Daniels, Hazel Brown, Mary Napper, Levi Allison, Vivian Rideoutt, Violet Green. Middle row: Cornelius Dawson, Harry J. McDonald, James Law, Herman Lytle, Pearl Abbott, Allen Anderson. Bottom row: Marion McClung, Margaret Wright, Prof. Saunder, Imogene Holley, Dr. McDonald, Dean McDonald, Mrs. Norma Moore, Charlotte Smith, Lillian Burns.
Class of 1934: 'Miss Maxson, Miss Frazer, Pres. McDonald, Prof. Winters, Briscoe, Saunders, Moore, Francis, Hancock, Harvey, Canaday, Miss Church, Mrs. Drew, Miss Blagden, Miss Tatter, Mrs. Daniel, Dean McDonald, Mills, Waters, Janes, Macklin, Porter, Miss Benedict, Green, Smith, Jackson, Goene, Gray, Schafer, Stewart, Brown, Brown, Brown, Willis. 'Several Missing''
Pictured: 'J. M. DeHonney, R. P. Sims, Henry Carter, W. P. Crump, Stella James, J. C. Gilmer.'
Pictured: 'Cole, Brady, Davis, Summers, Heath, Law, Summers, Burrell, Johnson, Carter, Crampton, Harris, Green.'
Group portrait of the graduating class in cap and gown.
'Taylor, Wims, McGill, Ware, Preston, Prof. Winters, Mr. McKinney, Mrs. Brackett, Matthews, Thomas, Hopewell,  ----, Wainwright, Carter, Miss Johnston, Mr. Peregoy, Miss Brown, Mrs. McDonald, Miss Sims, Rolls, Miss Smith, Mrs. Lightner, Young, Hawkins, Herrod, Parker, Freeman, Laws, Brown, Pres. MacDonald, Dr. Brackett, Herrod, ---, Williams, Galloway, Miss Brady.'
"The World War was 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.'
'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.'
'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.'
'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.'
Portrait of African-American student Mabel S. Young, Class of 1904.
Portrait of African-American student William D. Johnson.
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 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 male African-American student from Storer College.
Portrait of a female African-American student from Storer College.
'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.
African-American teacher examines an African-American student's face.
African-American students on a stage with an African-American teacher directing them.
African-American instructor, T. W. Stanback, examines a set made by a student, Mrs. Callahan.
African-American students and instructor, T. W. Stanback, working with models in class.
African-American students and instructor, T. W. Stanback, in class working on models.
African-American students work on models in a classroom.
Portrait of African-American Student, John W. McKinney.
Distant view of instructor with chalkboard, students, and campus buildings.
African-American students pose for a photograph in their carpentry classroom.
African-American student Ann Campbell of Charleston, W. Va. leaning against a pillar on the Storer College campus for a portrait.
African-American student, Anna Frazier, poses next to an early automobile.
African-American student, Marion Virginia Johnson Reeler, holding sheet music and singing.
Portrait of African-American student, Julia Allston.