Our Story - Earl Carl

Report
Our Story
A presentation on the Our Story
Project by the Earl Carl Institute’s
Graduate Student Researchers
Trinity Methodist
Episcopal Church
where Extension
Classes were
registered
September 11, 1925
Mr. T.J. Fox Director of
the Extension classes in
1925 and later Dean of
Houston College for
Negroes from 1927-1932
Houston Colored High the location of the first
Extension Classes held from
1925-1927
Mr. W.L.D. Johnson, Sr. Acting Dean
of Houston Junior College for
Negroes from1932- 1933
Dr. John D. Bowles, Dean of
Houston College for Negroes from
1938 -1942
Dr. R.O. Lanier, Dean of Houston
College for Negroes from 1933-1938
Mr. Allen Norton, Dean of Houston
College for Negroes from 1942 -1948
Jack Yates High School (now Ryan
Junior High School Building) home
of the Houston Junior College and
the Houston College for Negroes
from 1927-1947
Houston College for Negroes students
Heman Sweatt
Thornton Fairchild Building – First permanent structure on the
campus of Texas State University for Negroes
Dr. Raphael
O’Hara
Lanier,
First President
of Texas
Southern
University
1948 Texas State University for
Negroes Football National Champions
1948 Texas State University for
Negroes Basketball Southern
Division Champions
1949 Graduates of Texas State
University for Negroes
Garriette Greene Lanier Hall for
Women
R.O Lanier Dormitory for Men
Dr. Samuel Milton
Nabrit,
Second President of
Texas Southern
University
Governor Shivers
(extreme left)
walks behind Dr.
Nabrit and a
police officer
Dr. Joseph A. Pierce,
Third President of Texas Southern
University
Dr. Pierce Jr. and
Wife
Martin Luther King Building
May 20, 1967 – Police Officers
Arresting Students after riot
Dr. Granville Monroe
Sawyer,
Fourth President of
Texas Southern
University
Granville M. Sawyer Auditorium
Barbara C. Jordan at
the opening of the
Barbara C. Jordan Post
Office
Barbara Jordan
Postage Stamp
Everett Owens
Bell,
Fifth President of
Texas Southern
University
The Proposed Plan for Texas Southern
University called the “Bubble”
Dr. Leonard H.O.
Spearman,
Sixth President of
Texas Southern
University
Dr. Spearman as
Executive Director
of the White House
Initiative on
HBCUs
Robert James Terry Library
Dr. William H.
Harris,
Seventh President
of Texas
Southern
University
Dr. Harris
Texas Southern University
Dr. Joann Horton,
Eighth President of
Texas Southern
University
Dr. Horton
Dr. James Douglas,
Ninth President of
Texas Southern
University
Thurgood Marshall School of Law
Dr. James
Douglas at 2011
Birthday Roast
Dr. Priscilla Slade,
Tenth President of
Texas Southern
University
Jesse H. Jones, School of
Business
Dr. Slade during trial
Dr. John Rudley,
Eleventh President
of Texas Southern
University
Dr. Rudley working for the future of
Texas Southern University
Thank you!

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