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100 1  Thurston, Marie Pannell 
245 10 St. Philip's College :|bA Point of Pride on San Antonio's 
       Eastside 
264  1 College Station :|bTexas A&M University Press,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
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490 1  Peoples and Cultures of Texas, Sponsored by Texas A&M 
       University-San Antonio 
505 0  Front Cover -- Contents -- Series Editor's Foreword -- 
       Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- 1 1898 and Before. 
       -- 2 Coming to Texas -- 3 Artemisia Bowden and St. 
       Philip's Industrial School -- 4 The Industrial Side of 
       Education at St. Philip's School -- 5 Four Acres and a New
       Home -- 6 Struggling to Survive: The 1930s -- 7 Oral 
       History Interviews, 1930s -- 8 An Awesome Responsibility: 
       The 1940s -- 9 The 1940s, Continued -- 10 Students, 
       Faculty, and Administrators from the 1940s. -- 11 The 
       Norris Years -- 12 The Surprise Election of Garlington 
       Jerome (G. J.) Sutton -- 13 Integrating the Schools: The 
       1950s -- 14 Oral History Interviews, 1950s -- 15 Learning 
       to Adjust: Students and Faculty from the 1960s -- 16 The 
       Evening Division -- 17 The Murphy Years, 1969-1984 -- 18 A
       Procession of Presidents, Era of Contention: The 1980s -- 
       19 A Tumultuous, Progressive Time: The 1980s -- 20 Poised 
       for Change -- 21 Keeping Watch: The 1990s. -- 22 A New 
       Year, A New Place: The 2000s -- 23 A Brand New Leader and 
       a Brand New Day -- 24 Conclusion -- Appendix A: Presidents
       of St. Philip's College, 1898-2012 -- Appendix B: 
       Administrators of St. Philip's College, 1898-2012 -- 
       Appendix C: Letter and Signatures -- Appendix D: AT&T 
       Artists -- Appendix E: Interviewees. -- Appendix F: 
       History of the College President's Lecture Series -- Notes
       -- Index -- Color photo gallery 
520    In 1898, St. Philip's Normal and Industrial School opened 
       its doors in San Antonio, offering sewing classes for 
       black girls. It was the inaugural effort in a program, 
       founded by the West Texas diocese of the Episcopal Church,
       to educate and train former slaves and other African 
       Americans in that city. Originally tied to St. Philip's 
       Church, about three miles east of the downtown center, the
       school grew to offer high school and then junior college 
       courses and eventually affiliated with the San Antonio 
       Independent School District and San Antonio College. One 
       of the few remaining historically black junior colleges in
       the country, St. Philip's, whose student body is no longer
       predominantly black, has also been designated a Hispanic-
       serving institution, one of few schools to bear both 
       designations. Known by many as "the school that love built,
       " St. Philip's College claimed in its 1932 catalog, "There
       is perhaps as much romance surrounding the development of 
       St. Philip's Junior College as there is of the 'Alamo 
       City' in which it is located." That love story, also 
       containing dominant strains of sacrifice, scarcity, 
       creativity, determination, and pride, finds its full 
       expression in this history by Marie Pannell Thurston. 
       Based on archival research and extensive interviews with 
       current and former alumni, faculty, and friends, St. 
       Philip's College presents the heartwarming and inspiring 
       record of a school, the community that nurtures it, and 
       the collective pride in what the institution and its 
       graduates have accomplished 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
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590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
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