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Portrait of Benjamin Smith, brother of Victorine Louistall, and Marie Miles.
Hand colorized portrait of Victorine Louistall-Monroe.Victorine was the first African-American woman to earn a degree from West Virginia University in 1964.
Group picture of Victorine Louistall's ninth grade class, likely at Kelly Miller High School or Roosevelt-Wilson High School.
Group picture of Victorine Louistall's ninth grade class, likely at Kelly Miller High School or Roosevelt-Wilson High School.
Standing left to right:Martha Trocin, William L. Young, Charles. Edward. Campbell Beall, Victorine Louistall-MonroeSeated left to right:Frederic Jay. Glazer and John Davison (Jay) Rockefeller, IVTrocin, Young, Beall, and Louistall-Monroe were all members (Commissioners) of the West Virginia Library Commission.
Victorine Louistall teaching a young group of students the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Victorine Louistall visiting Amsterdam in 1968.
Victorine Louistall giving a presentation in what is likely the Clarksburg, W. Va. library.
Members of the community gather for a picnic in Clarksburg, W. Va.
Members of the community gather for a picnic in Clarksburg, W. Va.
Mrs. Johnson greets guests as they tour Johnson's Publishing Co. in Chicago, Illinois.  The tour was part of Alpha Kappa Alpha's 39th Boulé conference.
On bus going to tour Chicago during Alpha Kappa Alpha's 39th Boulé conference.
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Gamma Chi Omega chapter banquet in Fairmont.
Alpha Kappa Alpha, Gamma Chi Omega chapter celebrate Founders Day.
Victorine Louistall Monroe was the first African-American woman to earn a graduate degree from WVU. She joined the faculty in 1966 as a professor of library science.