Howard University: the first hundred years, 1867-1967 by Rayford Whittingham Logan

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Statementby Rayford W. Logan.
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LC ClassificationsLC2851.H82 L6
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 658 p.
Number of Pages658
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Open LibraryOL5616312M
LC Control Number68024658

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Contents: Prologue to the founding of Howard University A university for the "education of youth in the liberal arts and sciences," the early years, Fifteen years of trials and progress, Hazells in Aylesbury a scrapbook to commemorate the first hundred years at the printing works Aylesbury: Author: Hazell Watson & Viney Ltd: Publisher: Hazell Watson & Viney Limited.

Ray was the first woman graduate from the school and the first woman admitted to the District of Columbia 1867-1967 book. From its founding down to Howard’s presidents were all white, but in that year, Stanley Durkee was replaced by Mordecai Wyatt Johnson.

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In addition, Bonnie will transfer a residence worth $2, to Howard and pay $30, per year to support their daughter, Kristina, until she turns 19 years old.

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