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  • AT TUSKEGEE BREEDING FARM. From From Slavery to Wealth. The Life of Scott Bond. The Rewards of Honesty, Industry, Economy and Perseverance.


  • Dr. Carver is shown at work in his laboratory, extracting milk and various products from the peanut. From From Captivity to Fame or The Life of George Washington Carver.


  • A NEW PORTRAIT OF MR. WASHINGTON "When I had something to say about white people I said it to white people; when I had something to say about coloured people I said it to coloured people." [Frontispiece Image] From My Larger Education: Being Chapters from My Experience.


  • PROF. B. T. WASHINGTON, A.M., Principal of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute, Tuskegee, Ala. From Evidences of Progress among Colored People.


  • PROF. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, Tuskegee, Ala. From Afro-American Encyclopaedia; Or, the Thoughts, Doings, and Sayings of the Race, Embracing Lectures, Biographical Sketches, Sermons, Poems, Names of Universities, Colleges, Seminaries, Newspapers, Books, and a History of the Denominations, Giving the Numerical Strength of Each. In Fact, it Teaches Every Subject of Interest to the Colored People, as Discussed by More Than One Hundred of Their Wisest and Best Men and Women.


  • PROF. MONROE N. WORK. From Centennial Encyclopaedia of the African Methodist Episcopal Church. Containing Principally the Biographies of the Men and Women, both Ministers and Laymen, Whose Labors During a Hundred Years, Helped Make the A. M. E. Church What It Is; Also Short Historical Sketches of Annual Conferences, Educational Institutions, General Departments, Missionary Societies of the A. M. E. Church, and General Information about African Methodism and the Christian Church in General; Being a Literary Contribution to the Celebration of the One Hundredth Anniversary of the Formation of the African Methodist Episcopal Church Denomination by Richard Allen and others, at Philadelphia, Penna., in 1816.


  • SCOTT BOND AND MR. BRIDGEFORTH INSPECTING TUSKEGEE'S PRIZE JACK. From From Slavery to Wealth. The Life of Scott Bond. The Rewards of Honesty, Industry, Economy and Perseverance.


  • SCOTT BOND IN ORCHARD AT TUSKEGEE WITH G. A. BRIDGEFORTH From From Slavery to Wealth. The Life of Scott Bond. The Rewards of Honesty, Industry, Economy and Perseverance.


  • SCOTT BOND ON THE TUSKEGEE TRUCK FARM WITH MR. BRIDGEFORTH From From Slavery to Wealth. The Life of Scott Bond. The Rewards of Honesty, Industry, Economy and Perseverance.


  • Shepard L. Harris. John W. Robinson. Jas. N. Calloway. Allen L. Burks. The party that went to Africa in the employ of the German Government to teach cotton raising in the German colony of Toga. From An Autobiography: The Story of My Life and Work.


  • This picture shows Dr. Carver, actively engaged at work in his laboratory, which is one of the best equipped laboratories in the country. From From Captivity to Fame or The Life of George Washington Carver.


  • This picture shows two students engaged at work in the creamery. This creamery has modern equipment, and the management employs a large force of students, who get practical experience by working, and at the same time earn something to defray expenses while in school. Tuskegee and the entire community are served with milk from this creamery every morning, just as people are served in large cities. From From Captivity to Fame or The Life of George Washington Carver.


  • This shows Dr. Carver as he appeared while on one of his paintings, one of his pastime side lines. From From Captivity to Fame or The Life of George Washington Carver.


  • VISITING POULTRY YARD AT TUSKEGEE WITH MR. BRIDGEFORTH. From From Slavery to Wealth. The Life of Scott Bond. The Rewards of Honesty, Industry, Economy and Perseverance.


  • WARREN LOGAN, Treasurer. TEACHERS AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE. From An Autobiography: The Story of My Life and Work.


  • Yes, this is milk and cream, and it is as good or better than cow's milk. This is the result of one of Dr. Carver's extractions from the common peanut. From From Captivity to Fame or The Life of George Washington Carver.