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You can't build a chimney from the top; the South through the life of a Negro educator.

Author: Joseph W Holley
Publisher: New York, William-Frederick Press, 1948.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Holley, Joseph W. (Joseph Winthrop), b. 1874.
You can't build a chimney from the top.
New York, William-Frederick Press, 1948
(OCoLC)644154111
Named Person: Joseph W Holley; Joseph W Holley
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph W Holley
OCLC Number: 8946796
Description: 226 pages illustrations, portraits 23 cm
Contents: My childhood --
Formal education --
A college grows at Albany --
Dedication of Caroline Hall --
A theory of education --
Trip to Africa --
Contacts with state officials --
Suffrage --
Fair employment practice --
Sharecropping --
Lynching --
Jim Crow cars --
Segregation.

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