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African Americans -- Education

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Hampton Institute student photograph album

 Collection — Box BW 33, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16525
Content Description This collection contains a photograph album of a student from Hampton Institute. The original photo album, measuring 7' x 10' with 24 pages, contains 44 black and white photographs of an unidentified young Black woman, approximately 20 years old, as well as cut newspaper images and a photo postcard. She is seen at Hampton Institute, a historically Black University, in Hampton, Virginia, posing in front of school buildings, clowning around with friends, and preparing for graduation. Also...
Dates: undated

Jackson P. Burley High School flag

 Unprocessed Material — Flat_box 1: [Barcode: X006178637]
Identifier: ViU-2023-0140

Jackson P. Burley High School flag

 Collection — Flat_box 1: [Barcode: X006178637]
Identifier: MSS 16834
Content Description This collection contains a commemorative flag of Jackson P. Burley High School colors retirement ceremony. The flag is 5' x 8' in size, made in 2023, of polyester in Kelly green and gold flag with the Jackson P. Burley High School Bears insignia. Below the school's name reads "1951-1967".Burley was the Black high school during segregation in Charlottesville. Located on Rose Hill Drive, it opened in 1951 to serve students from the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County....
Dates: 2023

Piney Pond School photograph

 Collection — Box BW 33, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16508
Content Description

This collection contains a gelatin silver photograph of about fifty Black students, parents, and faculty in front of a rustic schoolhouse. About two-thirds of the participants are students with the rest either faculty or parents. Caption on label reads: "La Crosse, Va. Piney Pond School April 3, 1914."

Dates: 3 April 1914