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Dr. Godson Obia, Professor of Geography and Acting Associate Dean, College of Science, EIU.

1977-78 EIU Basketball Team.

Dr. Loretta Pratter and Mr. Dwight A. Pratter, Charleston, IL residents. Mr. Pratter is a Senior Systems Analyst, R.R. Donelley & Sons Publishers, Mattoon, IL.

Dr. Godson Obia, Professor of Geography and Acting Associate Dean, College of Science, EIU.

Kevin Gray, EIU Football, c. 1980.

The Pullen Family of Charleston: (left to right) Mrs. Sarah Frances Pullen, Frances Janelle Pullen, Mr. Elmer Pullen and Jahmal Maurice Pullen, Mr. Elmer Pullen was an Undergraduate student in the 1960's at EIU and is currently a Financial Aid Advisor at EIU.

Dedication Ceremony for the EIU Afro-American Cultural Center on 7th Street on December 13, 1970. Cutting the ribbon is Bob Perry, president of the Afro-American Students Association. Others are University Officials, Faculty and students.

Mr. Larry Smith, a Mattoon Native, EIU graduate, and CNN Sports News Anchor.

Tina Leonard, Counselor EIU Counseling Center, advising a student with career counseling tools.

Professor Taylor Herman, Music Department EIU.

Dr. Loretta P. Pratter, Chair School of Family & Consumer Sciences, EIU, 1997-2002.

Dr. Charles C. Colbert is Vice Chancellor for Administration and Human Resources at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Colbert was Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs at Eastern Illinois University from 1988 to 1991 and Vice President for Business Affairs at EIU from 1991 to 1994.

Andrew K. Dunn, unidentified black woman, and Ruth B. Dunn. Black woman might have been Judge Dunn's maid, c. 1900.

Judge Dunn's children with a black woman outside in the garden, c. 1900.

Two unidentified Black Male Railroad Workers. A 1931 retirement photograph of John F. Lucas, who was the Illinois Central Ticket Agent in Mattoon for 15 years. Mr. Lucas (white man) is seated third from the left in the front row.

An unidentified black railroad worker standing with a coworder at Mattoon, Illinois depot.

Rev. and Mrs. Cyprus Hughes has since 1993 been pastor of the Second Missionary Baptist Church in Mattoon, IL.

Model Barber Shop in Charleston, Illinois: (left to right) Parker Dempsey (owner), Tom Bennett, Kenneth "Crackers" H. Norton, Sr., Jim Boaz and 5th person unidentified.

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