136 items found
Collection ID is exactly "40" AND topic contains "Education And Libraries"
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Program for the Lincoln High School Adult Education Second Quarterly Honor Assembly, 1966

Program for the Lincoln High School Adult Education Second Quarterly Honor Assembly, 1966

Date
1966-05-31
Description
The program lists the schedule for the event.
Collection
Sixth Annual Catalogue of the Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls, Daytona Beach, 1910-1911

Sixth Annual Catalogue of the Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls, Daytona Beach, 1910-1911

Date
1910
Description
This 1910-1911 catalog for the Daytona Educational and Industrial School for Negro girls lists the faculty at the school; the trustees and board of supervision; what the school has accomplished up to that point; the course of study and curriculum at the school; the government and discipline at the school; the school's religious work; religious organizations on campus; information about the reading room; general information about the school; the needs of the school; and a list of students enrolled in 1910-1911, where they are from and what they are studying. There are photographs of students and the school throughout the catalog.
Collection
The Catalogue of Cookman Institute, Jacksonville, 1893-1894

The Catalogue of Cookman Institute, Jacksonville, 1893-1894

Date
1893
Description
This 1893-1894 catalog for the Cookman Institute in Jacksonville includes a list of faculty at the school; a list of former graduates; the roll for the school year; the course of study for students; a description of when the next session begins; a description of the night school; the location of the school; accommodations for students; the cost of admission; the cost of board; details about washing at the school; books; necessities students are required to have (clothing, towels, furniture); medicine; rules to be observed; the faculty; the pupils; descriptions of the departments of study; and advertisements for local businesses.
Collection
Edward Waters College School Bulletin, 1950-51

Edward Waters College School Bulletin, 1950-51

Date
1950
Description
Bulletin of Edward Waters College in Jacksonville. Includes information about the school's mission, curriculum, facilities, faculty and extra curriculars. Photographs of life on the campus are also included.
Collection
Letter from Mary McLeod Bethune to Josephine T. Washington, 1946

Letter from Mary McLeod Bethune to Josephine T. Washington, 1946

Date
1946-09-29
Description
A letter from Mary McLeod Bethune in reply to Josephine T. Washington discussing her educational philosophy.
Collection
Letter from Mary McLeod Bethune to Josie W. Roberts and Estelle Harrison, 1946

Letter from Mary McLeod Bethune to Josie W. Roberts and Estelle Harrison, 1946

Date
1946-09-27
Description
A letter from Mary McLeod Bethune to Josie W. Roberts and Estelle Harrison about the goings on at Bethune-Cookman College, its growth and its staff.
Collection
Bernyce Clausell's Florida State Teacher's Certificate, 1981

Bernyce Clausell's Florida State Teacher's Certificate, 1981

Date
1981-05-19
Description
Teacher's certificate of Bernyce Clausell, valid through 1986.
Collection
Mary McLeod Bethune Interview Transcript, ca. 1939

Mary McLeod Bethune Interview Transcript, ca. 1939

Date
1939 (circa)
Description
An interview between Dr. Charles Spurgeon Johnson and Mary McLeod Bethune discussing Bethune's childhood, her family, her education, her travels, meeting her husband and her experience starting Daytona Literary and Industrial School for Training Negro Girls in Daytona Beach. Page 16 of the document is missing.
Collection
Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools for Freedmen, 1866

Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools for Freedmen, 1866

Date
1866-11-08
Description
This report contains Florida's Freedmen's Bureau School Superintendent E.B. Duncan's views on the progress of black education in the first year after the Civil War. Includes Duncan's impression of sabbath schools, day schools and night schools, as well as their overall progress and lack of funds and books. Also contains information on teachers, legislative actions regarding the education of freedmen and the number of schools and pupils in the state.
Collection
The Merger Completed, Address of the President of Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, ca. 1931

The Merger Completed, Address of the President of Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, ca. 1931

Date
1931 (circa)
Description
This document includes an address by Mary McLeod Bethune, president of the Daytona Normal and Industrial Institute for Negro Girls. Bethune was addressing the Board of Education of the Methodist Episcopal Church as she was signing the deed to give the board control of the institute.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
n2015-7_b001_f16_01Program for the Lincoln High School Adult Education Second Quarterly Honor Assembly, 1966textAdult education
Speeches, addresses, etc
Celebrations
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m95-2_b001_f07_01Sixth Annual Catalogue of the Daytona Educational and Industrial Training School for Negro Girls, Daytona Beach, 1910-1911textAfrican American college students
African Americans--Florida--Daytona Beach
African American women--Florida--Daytona Beach
African American universities and colleges
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flc_377.87-c773-1893-4The Catalogue of Cookman Institute, Jacksonville, 1893-1894textAfrican American college students
African American universities and colleges
African American universities and colleges--Florida--Jacksonville
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flc_378-e25-1950-51_01Edward Waters College School Bulletin, 1950-51textAfrican American college students--Florida--Duval County--Jacksonville
Edward Waters College--Faculty.
African Methodist Episcopal Church--Clergy.
African Americans--Education (Higher)
Segregation in education
Edward Waters College
The African Methodist Episcopal Church
College facilities--Florida--Jacksonville
School buildings--Florida--Jacksonville
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m95-2_b001_f02_x04Letter from Mary McLeod Bethune to Josephine T. Washington, 1946textAfrican American schools--Florida
African American children--Education
African American women--Education
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m95-2_b001_f02_x02Letter from Mary McLeod Bethune to Josie W. Roberts and Estelle Harrison, 1946textAfrican American schools--Florida
African American children--Education
African American women--Education
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n2015-7_b001_f29_01Bernyce Clausell's Florida State Teacher's Certificate, 1981textAfrican American teachers--Florida--Tallahassee
Teachers--Certification
Education
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m95-2_b001_f04_01Mary McLeod Bethune Interview Transcript, ca. 1939textAfrican American women
African American civic leaders
African American universities and colleges
African Americans -- Biography
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s288_b001_f01_01Report of the Superintendent of Common Schools for Freedmen, 1866textAfrican Americans--Education
School reports
School superintendents
Segregation in education
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m95-2_b001_f01_01The Merger Completed, Address of the President of Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, ca. 1931textAfrican Americans--Florida--Daytona Beach
African American women--Florida--Daytona Beach
African American universities and colleges--Florida--Daytona Beach
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