Stone Collection: Volume 87 - Item 11
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11. The Colored American Magazine 5 (October 1902): 401-480.
Whole issue of “an illustrated monthly, devoted to literature, science, music, art, religion, facts, fiction and traditions of the Negro race.” The magazine is illustrated with photographs and displays advertisements in the front and back. Pauline E. Hopkins continues her series on “Famous Women of the Negro Race” by focusing on the “Higher Education of Negro Women.” This article features Hattie H. Allen, the first African American to attend the Boston Girls’ High School, Alberta Scott, who went to Radcliff, Marie Elizabeth Harley [Forbes], who graduated from Amherst, Elizabeth Baker [Lewis], who attended Wellesley, Anita Hemmings, a Vassar College graduate, and Estelle Hill, who graduated from Boston University.