S: Lincoln Gates: Main Entrance
FC: Tuskegee University:
1: People travel from all over the country to view the Booker T. Washington Monument: Lifting the Veil
2: The Old and New: The Old Chapel was one the original buildings constructed by Tuskegee's first students. The bigger pictures are of the Newer Chapel and the smaller pictures are of the Old Chapel.
3: The chancel windows depict eleven spirituals.
5: Dorothy Hall: An original building constructed by students. It was used for housing and training for female students.
6: William H. Baldwin Jr. helped raise money to extend the railroad on the campus.
9: Thompkins Hall: As of 2012 Thompkins Hall is one of the last building to be reconstructed and preserved.
11: Top Left: Faculty of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute. Bottom Left: Students making bricks from mud and clay. On right:Faculty
13: Left: George Washington Carver in His Lab Right: George Washington Carver Museum.
14: Thrasher Hall: New and Old. The building was built with original bricks hand made by students.
17: Far Left: Margaret Murray Washing Hall. A building used for education classes. | John Andrew's Building: One of the first Hospitals to be constructed on Tuskegee's Campus to treat people of color. The Hospital is also known for the famous Syphilis Study.
19: The pictures included in this album are composed of present day pictures and black and white pictures from the Library of Congress.