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    • Cargile, Diane oral history

    • History; Reminiscing; Indiana State University; Fraternities & sororities; African American women;
    • Alumna, Class of 1970 BS, Class of 1971 MS. Retired Elementary Teacher and Principle, Educational Consultant. Former employee of Vigo County School Corporation, and Pearson Education. BS in Elementary Education with a minor in PE, MS in Elementary...
    • Cargile, Diane, oral history

    • History; Reminiscing; Indiana State University; Fraternities & sororities; African American women;
    • Alumna, Class of 1970 BS, Class of 1971 MS. Retired Elementary Teacher and Principle, Educational Consultant. Former employee of Vigo County School Corporation, and Pearson Education. BS in Elementary Education with a minor in PE, MS in Elementary...
    • Cargile, Diane, oral history

    • History; Reminiscing; Indiana State University; Fraternities & sororities; African American women;
    • Alumna, Class of 1970 BS, Class of 1971 MS. Retired Elementary Teacher and Principle, Educational Consultant. Former employee of Vigo County School Corporation, and Pearson Education. BS in Elementary Education with a minor in PE, MS in Elementary...
    • Cargile, Diane, oral history

    • History; Reminiscing; Indiana State University; Fraternities & sororities; African American women;
    • Alumna, Class of 1970 BS, Class of 1971 MS. Retired Elementary Teacher and Principle, Educational Consultant. Former employee of Vigo County School Corporation, and Pearson Education. BS in Elementary Education with a minor in PE, MS in Elementary...
    • Cargile, Diane, photograph

    • Indiana State University;African American women;
    • Alumna, Class of 1970 BS, Class of 1971 MS. Retired Elementary Teacher and Principle, Educational Consultant. Former employee of Vigo County School Corporation, and Pearson Education. BS in Elementary Education with a minor in PE, MS in Elementary...
    • Jones Pharmacy of Terre Haute, Indiana

    • African American; Health care
    • The Jones pharmacy was the only African American owned and run pharmacy, and its founder, Dr. Winton D. Jones, Sr. (1904-1993), the only African American pharmacist in Terre Haute, for many years. He graduated from Butler University College of...
    • Willa Brown

    • Indiana State University; Universities & colleges; Students; Aeronautics; Air pilots; African Americans; Politics & government; Women; Brown, Willa Beatrice, 1906-1992;
    • Photograph of Willa Brown taken from the 1937 Indiana State University Sycamore. Willa Brown was the first African American woman to hold a pilot's license and the first African American woman to run for Congress.
    • Sidney Wesley Stuart

    • Education; Musicians; African American
    • Portrait of S.W.Stuart (1856-1932), who was a native of Terre Haute with Lost Creek family connections. Born near Charleston, Illinois, the son of a free African American father, and mother who was a former slave, he received his education in Terre...
    • Students of Lincoln School, Terre Haute, Indiana

    • Segregation; Schools; African American
    • Students of unknown class/grade photographed in front of Lincoln School , Terre Haute, Indiana. Katherine Sims, future wife of Winton D. Jones, Sr., African American pharmacist of Terre Haute, is pictured middle row, second from the right.
    • Joseph Jackson of Terre Haute, Indiana

    • African American; Educators ;
    • This photograph appears to be that of Joseph Jackson (1855-1919), African American educator and religious worker of Terre Haute, Indiana. According to the biosketch in the preface to his unpublished diary, he was born a slave in Goochland County,...
    • William H. Perry of Louisville, Ky

    • African American; Medicine;
    • Portrait of Dr. William Henry Perry, Sr. (1860-1946). He was born in Terre Haute, Indiana. The son of former slaves with connections to the Lost Creek community. He was educated in local segregated schools in the city where his mother was a...

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