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Mrs. D.H. Williams, prominent leader and kindergartner in Chicago; Mrs. M.L. Davenport, President of Woman's Conference in Chicago; Miss Anna Jones, leading club woman and high school teacher, Kansas City; Mrs. W.M. Coshburn, a prominent leader in Worcester, Mass.; Lillian J.B. Thomas, stenographer of Garnet Transfer Co., Louisville, Ky.

Image ID: 1168394

Mrs. D.H. Williams, prominent leader and kindergartner in Chicago; Mrs. M.L. Davenport, President of Woman's Conference ... (1902)

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:  Mrs. D.H. Williams, prominent leader and kindergartner in Chicago; Mrs. M.L. Davenport, President of Woman's Conference in Chicago; Miss Anna Jones, leading club woman and high school teacher, Kansas City; Mrs. W.M. Coshburn, a prominent leader in Worcester, Mass.; Lillian J.B. Thomas, stenographer of Garnet Transfer Co., Louisville, Ky.

Additional Name(s)

: Crogman, W. H. (William Henry), 1841-1931 -- Author
Gibson, J. W. (John William), b. 1841 -- Author

Published Date

: 1902

Medium

: Halftone photomechanical prints

Item/Page/Plate

: Opposite p. 196

Source

: The colored American from slavery to honorable citizenship, by Prof. J. W. Gibson and Prof. W. H. Crogman. Special features: National Negro Business League and introduction by Prof. Booker T. Washington. Club movement among Negro women by Fannie Barrier Williams.

Source Description

: 732 p. front., illus., plates, ports. 22 cm.

Location

: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture / General Research and Reference Division

Catalog Call Number

: Sc 973-G (Gibson, J. W. Colored American from slavery to honorable citizenship)

Digital ID

: 1168394

Record ID

: 466083

Digital Item Published

: 5-26-2005; updated 3-25-2011

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