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G. F. Richings

Evidences of Progress among Colored People.

Philadelphia: G. S. Ferguson, 1902.


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BISHOP B. W. ARNETT. iv
Roger Williams University, Nashville, Tenn. 23
PROF. E. L. SCRUGGS, B. D. 43
PROF. JOSHUA LEVISTER, A. B. 46
VIRGINIA BAPTIST SEMINARY, LYNCHBURG, VA. 48
PROF. GREGORY W. HAYES, A. M. 50
REV. GEO. P. McKINNEY. 54
REV. CHARLES L. PURCE, A. B., D. D., President of State University, Louisville, Ky. 58
PROF. N. W. CURTWRIGHT, A. B. 61
PROF. O. L. COLEMAN, A M. 63
PROF. J. A. BOOKER, A. M. 65
WATERS NORMAL INSTITUTE. 66
REV. CALVIN S. BROWN, A. B. 67
PROF. S. H. C. OWEN, A. M. 69
FISK UNIVERSITY, NASHVILLE, TENN. 73
HOWARD UNIVERSITY. 79
REV. JAMES S. RUSSELL. 89
HOFFMAN WING OF COLORED ORPHAN ASYLUM AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 93
THREE ORPHAN SISTERS AT LYNCHBURG SCHOOL. 94
WALDEN UNIVERSITY. Dr. J Benson Hamilton, President. 98
REV. M. W. DOGAN, A. M. 111
WILBERFORCE UNIVERSITY. 118
BISHOP D. A. PAYNE, D. D., LL. D., First President of Wilberforce. 119
REV. B. F. LEE, D. D. 122
REV. SAMUEL T. MITCHELL, A.M., LL. D., President of Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, Ohio. 124
PROF. A. ST. GEORGE RICHARDSON, B. A. 130
PROF. JOHN R. HAWKINS, A. M. 132
REV. DANIEL HUNTER BUTLER, D. D. 141
THE LATE REV. J. C. PRICE, A.M., D. D., President of Livingstone College, Salisbury, N. C. 144
Birds-eye View of Livingstone College--Buildings and Grounds. 147
REV. W. H. GOLER, D. D. 148
REV. W. H. FRANKLIN, A. M. 161
HAINES NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE. 164
LUCY C. LANEY. 165
REV. C. S. MEBANE, A. M. 169
REV. W. R. COLES. 172
REV. HENRY D. WOOD. 174
REV. JOHN A. SAVAGE, D. D. 177
BIDDLE UNIVERSITY. 179
REV. D. J. SANDERS, D. D., President of Biddle University, Charlotte, N. C. 180
REV. THOMAS H. AMOS, A. M. 182
REV. J. B. SWANN. 185
PROF. G. C. SHAW. 186
PROF. B. T. WASHINGTON, A.M., Principal of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, Tuskegee, Ala. 191
ARMSTRONG HALL. Built by Students. 192
ALABAMA HALL. Built by Students. 193
PHELPS HALL. Built by Students. 194
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON'S COTTAGE. Built by Students. 195
OLD SLAVE CABIN--PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, 1891-94. 204
ONLY SCHOOL PROF. COUNCILL EVER ATTENDED. 206
PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, 1895 207
ANTE-BELLUM HOME, NOW PRESIDENT'S RESIDENCE. 208
CLASS IN MECHANICAL DRAWING. 210
SCENE IN SHOE FACTORY. 212
A CLASS IN COOKING. 214
PROF. W. H. COUNCILL. Principal of State Normal and Industrial School, Normal, Ala. 216
Eckstein Norton University, Cane Spring, Ky. 219
Eckstein Norton Conservatory of Music, Cane Spring, Ky. 220
CHAS. H. PARRISH, A. B., A. M. 223
MISS MARY V. COOK, A. B., A. M. 225
PROF. HATTIE A. GIBBS. 228
PROF. W. B. WEAVER. 230
THE LOG CABIN. 231
BETHEL PUBLIC SCHOOL. 232
RICHMOND HALL. 233
DOUGLASS HALL. 234
MRS. ANNA B. WEAVER. 235
MRS. DINAH P. PACE. 240
PROF. JAS. B. DUDLEY, A. M. 242
PROF. RICHARD R. WRIGHT, A. M., L.L. D. 244
PROF. S. G. ATKINS, A. M. 245
INDUSTRIAL BUILDING. BOY'S HALL. STONE HALL. GIRL'S HALL. 249
BOARDING HALL, CHAPEL, LINCOLN HALL. 252
MRS. FANNY L. JACKSON COPPIN. 258
MRS. MARY C. TERRELL. 262
DR. R. F. BOYD. 266
BOYD BUILDING. 267
PROF. RICHARD HILL, NASHVILLE, TENN. 279
FREDERIC S. MONROE. 281
C. J. BECKER. 283
HON. D. AUGUSTUS STRAKER. 285
T. McCANTS STEWART, ESQ. 292
J. H. LEWIS. 297
W. Q. ATWOOD. 299
SAMUEL HARRIS. 300
WILLIAM H. DAVIS. 302
J. E. REED. 305
JOHN S. TROWER. 307
E. I. MASTERSON. 309
CHARLES A. WEBB. 311
MOVING A HOUSE. 312
WALTER P. HALL, PHILADELPHIA. 317
S. L. PARKER, LAUREL, DEL. 319
H. A. TANDY. 322
DANIEL PURDY, CHESTER, PA. 324
DR. W. T. DINWIDDIE. 326
J. E. DIXON. 327
PHILIP J. ALLSTON. 330
DR. JARED CAREY. 332
CAPITAL SAVINGS BANK. Washington, D. C. 335
REV. W. W. BROWNE. Founder of True Reformers. 338
TRUE REFORMERS BANK BUILDING. 339
J. H. DICKINSON. 345
T. THOMAS FORTUNE. 350
E. E. COOPER. 352
PROF. W. S. SCARBOROUGH, LL. D. 354
REV. H. T. JOHNSON, D. D., PH.D. 356
WM. H. STEWART. 358
REV. L. J. COPPIN, D. D. 359
W. H. ANDERSON. 361
J. E. BRUCE. 362
HON. J. C. DANCY. 366
REV. WM. HOWARD DAY, D. D. 367
W. H. STOWERS. 369
MRS. J. ST. P. RUFFIN, Editor of the Womans Era. 371
PROF. H. T. KEALING, B. S., A.M. 373
THE BEGINNING OF AFRICAN METHODISM. 376
RICHARD ALLEN. 378
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH, PHILADELPHIA, PA. Projected and Built under the Pastorate of Rev. C. T. Shaffer, M. D., D. D. 379
REV. C. T. SHAFFER, M. D., D. D 381
Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital and Training School. 393
N. F. MOSSELL, A. M., M. D. 396
J. C. WHITE. 398
DANIEL H. WILLIAMS, M. D. 400
Home for Aged and Infirm Colored Persons, Philadelphia, Pa. 405
REV. STEPHEN SMITH. 407
EDWARD T. PARKER. 409
DR. HALLIE TANNER JOHNSON. 411
MRS. VICTORIA EARLE MATTHEWS. 414
MRS. FRANCES E. W. HARPER. 416
MRS. N. F. MOSSELL AND HER DAUGHTERS. 418
MISS ALICE RUTH MOORE. 419
MADAM FLORA BATSON BERGEN. 421
DR. JOHN R. FRANCIS. 429
DR JOHN R. FRANCIS' private SANATORIUM. 430
OFFICE AT SANATORIUM. 432
OPERATING ROOM. 433
DIET KITCHEN. 434
HAMPTON ROADS, FROM PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE. 446
HAMPTON INSTITUTE, 1868. 448
HAMPTON INSTITUTE, 1898. 449
TRADE SCHOOL BUILDING. 451
ACADEMIC CLASS-ROOM. 452
GIRLS MANUAL TRAINING. 454
KINDERGARTEN CLASS. 455
TRADE SCHOOL PAINT SHOP. 457
WHEELWRIGHT SHOP. 459
STATE NORMAL INSTITUTE, PETERSBURG, VA. 461
JAMES HUGO JOHNSTON. 462
PROF. J. H. JACKSON, A. B., A. M. 470
WARREN C. COLEMAN. 482
COLEMAN COTTON MILL. 484
REV. W. F. GRAHAM, PRESIDENT. 486
MR. JOHN T. TAYLOR, SECRETARY. 487
THE PLANET BUILDING. 492
JOHN MITCHELL, JR. 494
MR. J. C. FARLEY. 495
MISS E. B. SLAUGHTER. 507
MR. R. F. WHITE. 509
JORDAN C. JACKSON. 513
REV. A. H. MILLER. 515
MR. S. BOYCE. 517
ISAAC JOHNSON. 519
E. E. HOWARD. 520
MR. E. E. FLUKER. 522
MR. R. J. PALMER. 523
MR. LOUIS KASTOR. 524
HON. JAMES HILL. President of Cotton Mill Company. 527
EUGENE BURKINS. Inventor of the Burkins Automatic Machine-Gun. 528
MR. GEO. E. JONES. 530
MR. G. W. HIGGINS. 531
DR. T. M. DORAM, M. D. V. 538
MR. J. W. ADAMS. 540
MR. H. A. LOVELESS. 542
PROF. R. B. HUDSON. 543
MR. E. C. BERRY. 553
E. C. BERRY'S $60,000 HOTEL. 554
MR. DUMAR WATKINS. 556
MR. LEWIS H. LATIMER. 558
MR. J. S. ATWOOD. 560
GEORGE W. FRANKLIN, JR. 562
REV. R. H. BOYD, D. D. 566
LIEUTENANT CHARLES YOUNG. 570


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