Education a of Negro: a photographic study by Horace Mann Bond

Friday October 2, 2015 08:00 PM EDT
Cost: Free,

From the venue:

Born in 1904 in Nashville TN, Dr. Horace Mann Bond was an educator, activist, and scholar. Beginning in the fall of 1929, Dr. Bond participated in a survey of black schools and the achievement of black children in North Carolina, Louisiana and Alabama. During this time, Bond visited more than 700 urban and rural black schools. The show consists of a series of contact prints from the original 1930’s negative. Intimate and telling of our Southern Education history, Gallery L1 is honored to present this work for the first time to the greater public.
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