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Lady gives a speech in a cap and gown.
'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.'
'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 prepare cement for a construction project.
Students prepare cement for a construction project.
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'
Students paint the inside of a room.
Richard I. McKinney sits at the far end of the table.
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.
Isabelle Stewart, Raymond McNeal, and Odetta Johnson sit on the lawn at school holding a school pennant.
'Grand view school?'
'That this nation might have a new birth of freedom. That slavery should be removed forever from American soil. John Brown and his 21 men gave their lives. To commemorate their heroism, this tablet is placed on this building. Which has since been known as John Brown's Fort by the Alumni of Storer College 1918.'
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.