In April 1907, Public School 67 in Manhattan held a ceremony for the graduates of its industrial evening school. Three hundred and twenty-three men and women, most of them black, received certificates in trades such as millinery, dressmaking, and mechanical drawing. Thirty-six of those students with a perfect attendance record were honored with a supper […]

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