Photographs of Tuskegee Institute: An Illustrated Inventory of the American Antiquarian Society

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Mattress making, T.N.I.I.

Image of a male African American student stuffing a mattress ouside of a brick building at the Tuskegee Institute. A stack of pillows are seen piled on a windowsill.

Annie Campbell - student at T.N.I.I.

Half length portrait of a female African American student named Annie Campbell at Tuskegee Institute, class of 1899. She sits facing right and is seen in profile view.

Printing office, T.N.I.I.

Image of students at the Tuskegee Institute working in the printing office.

Blacksmith shop - T.N.I.I.

View inside the brick blacksmith shop at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama. Male African American students are seen working on various projects.

Dairy work - T.N.I.I.

Image of three young African American men wearing all white, working in the dairy at the Tuskegee Institute in Tuskegee, Alabama.

Nurse training - T.N.I.I.

Image of three African American female nursing students, a nurse and a male in uniform seen standing over the bed of a man. Two tables with a bowl and medical supplies are beside the bed. Two empty beds are at right and pictures hang on the walls.

Improved school and church near Tuskegee

Image of a single room school house near Tuskegee, Alabama. Dozens of African American students and their teachers are gathered in front of the school, separated by gender.

Improved school of Tuskegee Institute

View of a single story school house at the Tuskegee Institute. African American teachers and students are gathered in front of the school, separated by gender.

Snow Hill School, W.J. Edwards '94 T.N.I.I.

Image of African American students and teachers gathered outside of the Snow Hill School in Snow Hill, Alabama. Founded by William J. Edwards, a graduate of the Tuskegee Instistute.