Negro Students & Their Colleges.
Signed by the author, co-founder of The Negro Educational Review
Study of African American college educational opportunities and student preparatory requirements, signed by its author, J. Irving E. Scott, Ph.D., the Dean of Alcorn A.&M. College (HBCU) in Mississippi. Includes reviews of historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs), both Junior and Senior Colleges, and of interracial colleges and universities. A native of Jamaica and a graduate of Lincoln University in Pennsylvania and a Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh, Scott was the author of numerous books. At Alcorn in 1950, Scott co-founded The Negro Educational Review.
Description: Negro Students & Their Colleges.
Boston: Meador Publishing Company, (1949). First Edition. 179pp. 8 x 5½ inches. Publisher’s blue cloth with gilt titling; all edges tinted. Signed by author on dedication page. Some fading to spine; very good.