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"President's House" on Storer College campus.
Myrtle Hall, now Mosher Hall, on Storer College Campus. Women standing on top and bottom levels.
From left to right: Lincoln Hall, Anthony Hall, and Myrtle Hall.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical , Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical, Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical , Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical , Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees, 1905.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical , Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees, 1905.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical , Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees, 1905.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical , Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees, 1905.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical , Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees, 1905.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical , Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees, 1905.
Catalog of Storer College, Academic, State Normal, Biblical , Musical, and Industrial Departments. Published by the Board of Trustees, 1905.
'Dr. A. W. Anthony and I reviewing ruins of fire of October 24, 1928.
Identifications on back of photograph are unreadable.
Top row from left to right: Lincoln Hall and John Brown's Fort, Curtis Freewill Baptist Church, and Myrtle Hall. In the center is Anthony Memorial Hall. Bottom row left is Industrial Building and bottom row right is the Presidents House.
John Brown's fort at far left.
Located on Camp Hill.
'Grand view school?'