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    • Booker T. Washington (1856-1915)

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    • Tuskegee rose to national prominence under the leadership of its founder, Dr. Washington (1856-1915), who headed the institution from 1881 until his death at age 59. During his tenure, institutional independence was gained in 1892, again through...
    • Laboratory Class

    • Circa 1920s
    • George Washington Carver (second from right) instruting during laboratory class at Tuskegee Institute. Circa 1920s.
    • Portrait of Ignatius Sancho

    • 1768
    • Ignatius Sancho (1729-1780). Finished proof of Thomas Gainsborough's portrait painted in Bath in 1768. At bottom of photo: Published according to act of Parliment, Mr. Nichols, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street. Sancho was butler to the powerful...
    • Russell Wilfred Brown (1905-1985)

    • Circa 1960s
    • Russell Wilfred Brown was born in Gray, Louisiana. He received his Doctor of Science degree in 1936 from Iowa State and was named to the faculty of Tuskegee Institute in 1937. Brown worked in a variety of roles in Tuskegee's administration,...
    • Eugene H. Dibble, Jr. (1893-1968)

    • Circa late 1950s
    • Eugene H. Dibble, Jr. (1893-1968), M.D. served in the army during both World Wars and was commissioned Colonel in the Army Medical Corps from 1944-46. He was Manager of the U.S. Veterans Administration Hospital at Tuskegee, Alabama, from 1936-46;...
    • Moses Carver

    • ca. 1896
    • Moses Carver, "Uncle Mose," George Washington Carver's Master during the period of slavery. Given by Rosie K. Carver, wife of great-nephew, Will Carver. Ca. 1896.

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