African American educators
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white photo of children making arts and crafts on a carpeted floor. Beside them, an adult, Mary Hansen, watches over them.
Black and white photograph of several children from HQB sitting outside on a child-size train named "Empire Builder". Three HQB staff members are also present.
Black and white picture of a girl and her instructor performing tap dance in a room at HQB. Typed note on the back reads as follows:
Come and See Tour. May 2nd. Tap Dancing Class at Hallie Q. Brown.
Black and white photo of HQB staff gathered around a wooden table, looking at one another. A handwritten note on the back of the photograph identifies those in the photograph as follows:
Standing: Emanuel Roseby; John Douglas [and] Hattie Hall.
Seated: Decil McCoy; Hazel Butler; Ruth Brown; Alverta Coram; Harriet Benjamin; Miss Carden; Billy Griffin [and] Boyd Patrick.
Light brown scrapbook titled HQB Nursery Scrapbook belonged to Ruth A. Brown (Reed), Director of the nursey at Hallie Q. Brown Community House. Materials in this scrapbook primarily relate to programming and events concerning children and their education. In addition to photographs, newspaper clippings and correspondence, this collection also contains Ruth A. Brown's collegiate records from the University of Minnesota.
This collection includes photographic slides of the various staff, clubs, regular program activities and visitors associated with Hallie Q. Brown Community Center. While a large portion of photographs were taken at the Center, this collection also includes photographs of associates of Hallie Q. Brown Community Center located at places such as parks, at lakes, or on farms.
Black and white photo of 12 people sitting together next to a piano, each reading a from a book. They have been identified as follows:
Back row: Gladys Harris; Gordy Kirk; Harriet Schine; Veldora Turner and Yolanda Coram.
Front row: Eunia Jones; Eloise Vassar; Larmar Goss-Smith; Gwen Cyras; Helen Benner and Mrs. Woodford.
Black and white photo of three boys and one man in a park. They are hanging a refreshment bag between two trees. They have been identified as follows:
Harold Knott; Louis Moore; Bill Moore and Counselor Fred Slemmons.
Letter from Mount St. Mary's School, at 931 Blair Ave in St. Paul, to Janabelle Taylor. Letter is signed by Ronnie Nordstrom, Mary Carlson, Pat Ueeck, Jackie Anderson, Delores French, Judy Delaney and Jeanne de cent.