Education: Tuskegee's Third

Proudest Negro job in the world is the presidency of the institute which the late great Booker Taliaferro Washington founded at Tuskegee, Ala. in 1881. Tuskegee's two leaders, Dr. Washington and Dr. Robert Russa Moton, who succeeded him two decades ago, have done much to set the course of Negro education and culture in the U. S. They have had the friendly ear of tycoons, statesmen, a dozen Presidents. Again & again the heads of Tuskegee have spoken for their race.

For some years Tuskegee's trustees have known that a new president must soon...

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