Bessie Emanuel Smith at the Juniper School

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046 |k1968
245 10|aBessie Emanuel Smith at the Juniper School
260 |aNew York (State)--White Plains|g1968
300 |a1 black and white print; 8in x 10in
500 |aDigitized by the Metropolitan New York Library Council as part of the Culture In Transit project, funded by a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Gift to the White Plains Public Library by Mrs. Bessie Emanuel Smith.
500 |aWhite Plains Public Library
520 |aA scene in the library at the Juniper School which was located in Greenburgh, White Plains. Mrs. Bessie Emanuel Smith is standing, pointing to a photograph. Smith was the first African American teacher in White Plains.
540 |aIn Copyright ­ Non­Commercial Use Permitted. Images can be used for non-commercial purposes without prior permission. For commercial use information, contact White Plains Public Library. For all uses, credit 'White Plains Collection, White Plains Public Library'.
600 1 |aSmith, Bessie Emanuel
650 1 |aTeachers
650 1 |aElementary schools
650 1 |aSchool children
650 1 |aElementary school teachers
650 1 |aAfrican Americans
650 1 |aAfrican American Women
650 1 |aAfrican Americans--Education
650 1 |aAfrican American teachers
650 1 |aAfrican American women teachers
650 |aNineteen sixties
651 7|aNew York (State)--White Plains
655 7|ablack-and-white photographs|2aat
700 1 |aSmith, Bessie Emanuel|eContributor
773 0 |tWhite Plains Collection|iCollection