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1924

Impressions of a school superintendent

Concerning conditions of Fisk University buildings and attitudes of the student body. From a superintendent with the initials D.F.M.

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1950

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Fisk University expenses

Nashville (Tenn.) - Providing information on the expenses of Fisk University tuition and fees.

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1888

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Fisk University class of 1888 parting song

Nashville (Tenn.) - Lyrics to the class of 1888 Parting Song. Sung to the tune of "Lauriger Horatius".

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1919

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Application for admission to Fisk University Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville (Tenn.) - Blank admission application for Fisk University.

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1925 Feb.

Petition to Fisk University from neighborhood residents

Nashville (Tenn.) - Signed statement by surrounding neighbors of Fisk University concerning the lack of a disturbance during a student demonstration on campus on February 4. Signed by 23.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1950 Nov.

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Fisk News volume 24, number 1

Nashville (Tenn.) - Featuring articles on and messages from Jubilee Day, including a message from Yolande and W. E. B. Du Bois.

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1925

The gold and blue

A transcript of the lyrics to the Fisk University alma mater song, written by John Wesley Work

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1924

Sympathy with students and alumni of Fisk University

Concerning support with Fisk University faculty and students in controversy over the governance of President Lafayette McKenzie.

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1924

Circular letter to Fisk University Faculty from Fisk Students

Nashville (Tenn.) - Concerning a meeting of the student body to discuss grievances with President Fayette McKenzie.

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1898

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Fisk University General Anniversary Programme

Nashville (Tenn.) - Program for Fisk University 1898 General Anniversary events; includes the Senior Preparatory Exhibition, Graduating Exercises of the Musical Department, Anniversary of Alumni Associations, Graduating Exercises of the Normal Department and the Thirty-Third Annual Commencement with the main address, "Careers Open to Young Negroes" by Professor W. E. B. Du Bois. Events span from Friday June 10th 1898 to... more

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