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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.
Two female African-American students hold flowers.
Group of African-American, female students, dressed in choir robes exit a church singing.
Group portrait of the African-American orchestra at Storer College.
Group portrait of the Glee Club in uniform at Storer College, a school for African-Americans.
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 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.'
From left to right in the upper row standing is Robert Trent, Portia Lovett, Mary Ella Dixon, and Charlie Hale. Sitting from left to right is Walter Johnson, Alberta Redmond, Hamilton Keys, and Mertia Lovett. First concert was given in Buffalo, N.Y., May 2, 1873. They gave 40 concerts in the principal cities between Buffalo and Utica, going home, July 5, 1873.
Girls holding on to streamers at May Day celebration.
A male and female student stand outside looking at papers in a file together.
A female and male student.  Male is wearing a letterman sweater.
Students sewing in Home Economics.
A male and female student pose for a portrait.
Male and female students posed for a portrait.
Male and female students in formal clothing.
Male and female student in profile.
Male and female student looking to the left.
Two female student stand next to male student wearing a letterman sweater.
'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.'