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Soon after the Civil War, John Storer contributed $10,000 towards establishing a college in Harpers Ferry, W. Va. This institution of higher learning was the first college below the Mason- Dixon Line to accept students "without distinction of race or color". The school bears the name of it's principle benefactor,  Storer College.
From left to right in the upper row standing is Robert Trent, Portia Lovett, Mary Ella Dixon, and Charlie Hale. Sitting from left to right is Walter Johnson, Alberta Redmond, Hamilton Keys, and Mertia Lovett. First concert was given in Buffalo, N.Y., May 2, 1873. They gave 40 concerts in the principal cities between Buffalo and Utica, going home, July 5, 1873.
Myrtle Hall, now Mosher Hall, on Storer College Campus. Women standing on top and bottom levels.
Portrait of a female African-American student from Storer College, Class of 1900.
Portrait of African-American student, William D. Johnson.
Portrait of a female African-American student from Storer College.
Portrait of a male African-American student from Storer College.
Portrait of a male African-American student from Storer College.
Pictured: 'J. M. DeHonney, R. P. Sims, Henry Carter, W. P. Crump, Stella James, J. C. Gilmer.'
Graduates in front of building on Storer Campus. First Row: John Willson, R.H. Parker, W.A. Saunders, S.B. Ellis. Second Row: Daisy Nickens, A.L. Tollierer, Harriet Brown. Third Row: Charles Bell, N. Wiley, Pela Penick.
Rev. J.M. B(unreadable).
Gilbert Beam, Class of 1903; Sam Beam, Class of 1898.