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Booker T. Washington, 1856-1915
My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1911.
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A NEW PORTRAIT OF MR. WASHINGTON
"When I had something to say about white people I said it to white people; when I had something to say about coloured people I said it to coloured people."

[Frontispiece Image]

[Title Page Image]

A PARTIAL VIEW OF HAMPTON INSTITUTE, VIRGINIA
Where Mr. Washington received a large part of the training and of the inspiration of his great work

THE SITE OF TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE WHEN IT WAS FIRST BOUGHT
Two of the buildings are still in use as dormitories

THE HOUSE IN MALDEN, W. VA., IN WHICH MR. WASHINGTON LIVED WHEN HE BEGAN TEACHING

HON. P. B. S. PINCHBACK OF LOUISIANA
Lieutenant-Governor 1871-72, and afterward Congressman
BLANCHE K. BRUCE OF MISSISSIPPI
Who was born a slave, but was the first Negro to become a member of the United States Senate
MAJOR JOHN R. LYNCH, U. S. A.
Who served as a member of Congress from Mississippi
CHARLES BANKS
"He has taught me the value of common-sense in dealing with conditions as they exist in the South"

A type of the unpretentious cabin which an Alabama Negro formerly occupied and the modern home in which he now lives

THE "RISING STAR" SCHOOLHOUSE
With which the community was once satisfied
THE "RISING STAR" SCHOOLHOUSE
That the changed conditions have produced

TWO TYPES OF COLOURED CHURCHES

"LITTLE TEXAS" SCHOOLHOUSE, ALABAMA
Which has been replaced by a $600 building
"WASHINGTON MODEL SCHOOL," ALABAMA
With dwelling for its teachers

MR. WASHINGTON ADDRESSING AN AUDIENCE OF VIRGINIA NEGROES

RUFUS HERRON OF CAMP HILL, ALA.
"If there is a white man, North or South, that has more love for his community or his country than Rufus Herron, it has not been my good fortune to meet him"
MAJOR ROBERT RUSSA MOTON
"It has been through contact with men like Major Moton that I have received a kind of education no books could impart"
PROFESSOR GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER
"One of the most thoroughly scientific men of the Negro race"
BISHOP GEORGE W. CLINTON
"He is the kind of man who wins everywhere confidence and respect"

A MEETING OF THE NEGRO MINISTERS OF MACON COUNTY, ALABAMA

TOMPKINS MEMORIAL HALL, HAMPTON INSTITUTE
In the Tompkins Memorial Hall 1700 students during the school term take their meals three times daily. The building cost approximately $175,000, and is the largest building on the Institute Grounds.
TRADE SCHOOL AT HAMPTON INSTITUTE

BRICKLAYING AT HAMPTON INSTITUTE
BLACKSMITHING AT HAMPTON INSTITUTE

COLLIS P. HUNTINGTON MEMORIAL BUILDING
Tuskegee Institute
THE OFFICE BUILDING
In which are located the administrative offices of the school, the Institute Bank and the Institute Post Office