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Booker T. Washington, 1856-1915 and Frank Beard, 1842-1905, illustrated by
An Autobiography: The Story of My Life and Work.
Toronto, Ont.; Naperville, Ill.: J. L. Nichols & Co., c1901.
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BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AND HIS FAMILY.
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HON. FREDERICK DOUGLASS.
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DR. J. L. M. CURRY, WASHINGTON, D. C.
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MR. WASHINGTON AND TWO OF HIS DISTINGUISHED FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS.

THE HOUSE IN VIRGINIA WHERE BOOKER T. WASHINGTON WAS BORN. (STILL STANDING.)

LITTLE BOOKER AND HIS MOTHER PRAYING TO BE DELIVERED FROM SLAVERY.

LITTLE BOOKER, A FAVORITE WITH HIS MASTER, IS ALLOWED TO PEEP INTO THE PARLOR OF THE "BIG HOUSE."

THE HOUSE IN WHICH BOOKER T. WASHINGTON'S FAMILY LIVED IN WEST
VIRGINIA AT THE TIME HE LEFT FOR HAMPTON INSTITUTE.

THE CABIN IN OLD VIRGINIA WHERE BOOKER T. WASHINGTON LIVED
WHEN A SMALL BOY.

"THIS FIRED MY AMBITION TO LEARN TO READ, AS NOTHING HAD
DONE BEFORE."

READING OF THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION. THE SMALL LAD WITH
SLOUCH HAT AND STICK IN RIGHT HAND, IS BOOKER.--Text page 19.

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON REHEARSING HIS GRADUATING ORATION AT
HAMPTON. HIS FIRST SPEECH.

LITTLE BOOKER STARTING FOR HAMPTON INSTITUTE.

WARREN LOGAN, Treasurer.
TEACHERS AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE.

EMMETT J. SCOTT, Mr. Washington's Private Secretary.
A BRILLIANT TRIO OF COLORED AMERICANS. ENTHUSIASTIC
SUPPORTERS OF MR. WASHINGTON.

A GROUP OF MR. WASHINGTON'S WARM FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS.

DISTINGUISHED AMERICANS WHO HAVE INTRODUCED MR. WASHINGTON
ON PUBLIC OCCASIONS.

OLIVIA DAVIDSON HALL, TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

CASSEDY HALL, TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE. ERECTED BY STUDENTS.

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON'S FORMER RESIDENCE, TUSKEGEE, ALABAMA.

FACULTY, TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE--88 OFFICERS AND TEACHERS.

THE NEW CHAPEL, BUILT BY STUDENTS.

ALABAMA HALL. TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

FLOAT--REPRESENTING TINNING DEPARTMENT PASSED IN PARADE ON OCCASION OF PRES. MCKINLEY'S VISIT TO TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, DECEMBER 16, 1898.

BIRD'S-EYE VIEW OF SOME OF THE FLOATS AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, DECEMBER 16, 1898.

PRINTING PRESSROOM. THEY DO THEIR OWN PRINTING AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE.

PAINT SHOP. STUDENTS AT WORK, TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE.

MR. WASHINGTON MAKING A SPEECH AT THE CHICAGO PEACH JUBILEE, OCT. 16, 1898. IN THE AUDITORIUM.--See page 224.

PRESIDENT ELIOT CONFERRING HONORARY DEGREE UPON MR. WASHINGTON, AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY, JUNE 24, 1896.

SENIOR CLASS IN PSYCHOLOGY, TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

BRICKMAKING AT THE TUSKEGEE BRICKYARD.

A CORNER IN MILLINERY ROOM, TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

GIRLS AT TUSKEGEE LEARNING DAIRYING.

MRS. OLIVIA DAVIDSON WASHINGTON.

GIRLS AT TUSKEGEE ENGAGED AT FLORICULTURE.

Phelps Hall. Press Platform. Pres.McKinley. Mr. Washington's Cottage. Reviewing Platform.
BIRDS-EYE VIEW OF CROWDS AND REVIEWING STAND AT TUSKEGEE, DECEMBER, 1898, WHEN PRES. McKINLEY AND PARTY VISITED THE INSTITUTE.

Gov. Johnston, Pres. McKinley, Principal Washington, In Reviewing Stand.
WAITING FOR THE PROCESSION TO PASS AT THE TIME OF PRESIDENT McKINLEY'S VISIT TO TUSKEGEE, DECEMBER 16, 1898.

MATHEMATICAL FLOAT, PRESIDENT'S VISIT, DECEMBER 16, 1898. TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

STUDENT CARPENTERS AT WORK ON TRADES BUILDING.

BLACKSMITH SHOP. BUILT BY STUDENTS.

AGRICULTURAL BUILDING. TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

BEE CULTURE AT TUSKEGEE.

DRESSMAKING AT TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

TUSKEGEE NEGRO CONFERENCE FEB. 22, '99. NEGRO FARMERS COMING OUT OF DINING HALL.

TAILORING DIVISION, TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

RECEPTION GIVEN BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, AFTER HIS RETURN FROM EUROPE, BY GOVERNOR G. W. ATKINSON, AT THE EXECUTIVE MANSION, CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA.

NEW RESIDENCE OF PRINCIPAL BOOKER T. WASHINGTON.

PORTER HALL. FIRST BUILDING ERECTED OF THE TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE.

LAUNDRY BUILDING AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE.

SHOE SHOP, TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

COOKING AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE, TEACHERS' HOME KITCHEN.

YOUNG WOMEN AT WORK IN THE SEWING ROOM, TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE.

GIRLS AT TUSKEGEE, ENGAGED IN (HORTICULTURE) GARDENING.

Principal Washington. Gov. Johnston. Pres. McKinley.PRESIDENT McKINLEY AND PARTY WATCHING THE PARADE.

SCIENCE HALL, ERECTED BY STUDENTS AT TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

Shepard L. Harris. John W. Robinson. Jas. N. Calloway. Allen L. Burks.
The party that went to Africa in the employ of the German Government to teach cotton raising in the German colony of Toga.

CARNEGIE LIBRARY BUILDING.

A VIEW OF MACHINE SHOP. STUDENTS AT WORK. TUSKEGEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE.

HARNESS MAKING AND CARRIAGE DRESSING AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE.