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  • Dr. Carver is shown at work in his laboratory, extracting milk and various products from the peanut. From From Captivity to Fame or The Life of George Washington Carver.


  • 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" From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • This picture shows Dr. Carver, actively engaged at work in his laboratory, which is one of the best equipped laboratories in the country. From From Captivity to Fame or The Life of George Washington Carver.


  • This shows Dr. Carver as he appeared while on one of his paintings, one of his pastime side lines. From From Captivity to Fame or The Life of George Washington Carver.


  • Yes, this is milk and cream, and it is as good or better than cow's milk. This is the result of one of Dr. Carver's extractions from the common peanut. From From Captivity to Fame or The Life of George Washington Carver.