Softcover, Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools for Negroes, 1937. Very Good with no dust jacket.
Square, sound binding. Clean, slightly age-darkened pages. Wraps have light handling wear, some writing at top of front. ; Proceedings of the annual meeting, list of representatives of member institutions and visitors present, minutes, addresses and panel jury discussions, constitution and by-laws. Addresses: Guy B. Johnson, "Graduate Study for Southern Negro Students"; R. B. Atwood, "What Sixteen Liberal Arts and Twelve Land-Grant Colleges Say They Aim to Do"; Robinson, W. A., "Progressive Education and the Negro"; W. W. Kemerer, "The General Colege as a New Approach in Higher Education." Panel jury discussions on graduate instruction for negroes, extra-class activities and character, Mann courtesy seminar on graduate instruction for Negroes. 9.0" tall.