Advertisement for Enrollment in Berean Manual Training & Industrial School

Title

Advertisement for Enrollment in Berean Manual Training & Industrial School

Subject

Berean Manual Training & Industrial School, Matthew Anderson, Principal,

Description

This advertisement encouraged Philadelphians to enroll in the Berean Manual Training & Industrial School on South College Avenue and North 19th Street. The advertisement includes the location of the school, the date for the meeting, the programs offered at the school, and the demographics which the school offers classes for. The Berean School was an integral part of the African American community in Philadelphia, and played a key role in educating numerous black Philadelphians. I. Maximilian Martin served as a teacher at the Berean School for six years before World War Two, but struggled to advance up the administrative latter because of discrimination.

Creator

Matthew Anderson, Principal

Source

Philadelphia Tribune

Publisher

WCU, HIS 601/HON452 Great Migration and Digital Storytelling, Fall 2014

Date

October 1, 1918

Contributor

John Hashagen, Dan Harlow

Rights

Courtesy of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania

Format

PNG

Type

text

Original Format

Newspaper Display Advertisement

Files

Berean School Advertisement.PNG


Citation

Matthew Anderson, Principal, “Advertisement for Enrollment in Berean Manual Training & Industrial School,” Goin' North, accessed April 20, 2024, https://goinnorth.org/items/show/145.