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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
Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Sholtz, 1934

Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Sholtz, 1934

Date
1934-01-31
Description
Telegram on the lynching of Robert Johnson in Tampa.
Collection
Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Doyle Carlton Protesting the Use of Black Female Convicts for Carrying and Installing Heavy Posts in Jacksonville, 1932

Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Doyle Carlton Protesting the Use of Black Female Convicts for Carrying and Installing Heavy Posts in Jacksonville, 1932

Date
1932-03-13
Description
Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Doyle Carlton protesting the use of black female convicts for installing posts in the streets of Jacksonville.
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.
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Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
COM07563View showing the historic home of Mary McLeod Bethune in Daytona Beach, Florida.National Historic Landmarks
Landmark buildings
Houses--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
Publicity
Architecture, Domestic--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
Dwellings--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
Historic buildings--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
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COM07626View showing elephant sculpture at the back of the historic home of Mary McLeod Bethune in Daytona Beach, Florida.National Historic Landmarks
Landmark buildings
Houses--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
Decorative arts
Publicity
Dwellings--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
Historic buildings--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
Elephants in art
Sculpture
Art
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K001471View of White Hall at Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach, Florida.College buildings--Florida--Daytona Beach
School buildings--Florida--Daytona Beach
College facilities--Florida--Daytona Beach
School facilities--Florida--Daytona Beach
African American universities and colleges--Florida--Daytona Beach
Public institutions--Florida--Daytona Beach
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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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S278_b073_f05_02Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Sholtz, 1934TextLynching
Florida. Office of the Governor
African Americans--Civil rights
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s204_b024_f03_x01Telegram from Mary McLeod Bethune to Governor Doyle Carlton Protesting the Use of Black Female Convicts for Carrying and Installing Heavy Posts in Jacksonville, 1932TextConvict labor--Florida/fpc/memory/omeka_images/collections/broadsides/thumbnails/s204_b024_f03_x01.jpg
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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COM07638Sign in front of the historic home of Mary McLeod Bethune in Daytona Beach, Florida.Historic buildings--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
Dwellings--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
Publicity
Houses--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
Landmark buildings
Signs and signboards--Florida--Volusia County--Daytona Beach
National Historic Landmarks
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PR00765Seventeen-foot bronze statue of Mary McLeod Bethune located in Lincoln Park, Washington, D. C.Statues
African American women
African American children
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N028175Senior class, Daytona Literary and Industrial School of Training Negro GirlsAfrican American college students/fpc/general/n028175.gif