Other Resources

Secondary Sources

Alabama Women’s Hall of Fame: http://www.awhf.org/thompson.html

Curtis, Nancy. Black Heritage Sites: The South. New York: W.W. Norton, 1996.

Lee, Edward. “A Condensed Lincoln School History.” Blacfax 8.36 (1998).

“Lincoln School, Marion, Alabama.” Blacfax 6.22 (1990/1991).

Lincolnite Club, Marion Chapter: http://www.ruthk.net/marion/lincoln/

Juan Williams and Dwayne Ashley. Ill Find a Way of Make One: A Tribute to Historically Black Colleges and Universities. New York: HarperCollins, 2004.

Archival Repositories

Alabama Department of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama. “Administrative Files, 1886-1890” and “State Publications 1882-ongoing.”

Amistad Research Center, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana. “American Missionary Association (1866-1967)” and “American Missionary Association Addendum.”

Related Sources within the Williams Collection and Hoole Special Collections

The Lincoln Normal School albums

African American History Photographs and Pamphlets Box: Pamphlets from the Snow Hill Institute in Snow Hill, Alabama, 1900-1912.

Album 41: Memory Book of Callie Lou Pugh, African-American student at Alabama State Teacher’s College. Mostly 1930s, but up to 1960s

Accession 0030, Binder 1: “Mrs. J. C. Lee – Tuskegee Choir Director – Archive Volume One.” 1890s-1920s

Accession 0030, Binder 2: “Mrs. J. C. Lee – Tuskegee Choir Director – Archive Volume Two.” 1900s-1930s

Unlabeled Flat Gray Box #3 – Tuskegee Photos, J. C. Lee Albums

Album 5: Selma Lutheran Academy, 1940s.