Summary: This collection includes five copy print photographs of African-American students from Fort Worth's "colored" schools during the time of segregation. Dates range from approximately 1910s to the 1950s. The photographs of football teams relate to Marion Bates, who played football at I. M. Terrell High School in the early 1920s and came back to coach there in 1929.
Pictured: Southside "Colored" School, circa 1920s.
African-American School Photographs (circa 1910s-1950s)
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