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Born in Lexington, Virginia in 1861 to enslaved parents, Cook attended Storer College in Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, graduating in 1880 and later served on the Storer faculty as an assistant professor. Cook was also active in the NAACP and involved in the inner circles of the NAWSA, working for the passage of the 19th amendment.
African-American student, Marion Virginia Johnson Reeler, holding sheet music and singing.
African-American student, Anna Frazier, poses next to an early automobile.
Identifications on back of photograph are unreadable.
African-American instructor, T. W. Stanback, examines a set made by a student, Mrs. Callahan.
African-American students on a stage with an African-American teacher directing them.
African-American teacher examines an African-American student's face.
African-American students work on models in a classroom.
African-American students and instructor, T. W. Stanback, working with models in class.
African-American students and instructor, T. W. Stanback, in class working on models.
Richard I. McKinney sits at the far end of the table.
First girl standing on left is Marion Virginia Johnson Reeler, Class of 1947, others unidentified.
First girl standing on left is Marion Virginia Johnson Reeler, Class of 1947, others unidentified.
James Henry Green Sr. received his AA diploma from Storer College in 1943, and he graduated from Storer College with his B.A. degree in 1946. He married Cecelia Isabella (Green) who attended Storer College for her Secondary School education.