Alumni Groups by Category

14 alumni…

Winfield Scott Montgomery (1853-1928)
Class of 1878, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Second African American to receive Phi Beta Kappa honors, physician, and educator in Washington, D.C.
James Major Colson, Jr. (1855-1909)
Class of 1883, A.M., ΦΒΚ
Educator and civic worker in Virginia
George Francis Smith (1877-1900)
Class of 1898, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Professor and educator
John Wesley Cromwell, Jr. (1883-1971)
Class of 1906, A.B., ΦΒΚ
First African American CPA and educator in Washington, D.C.
Ernest Everett Just (1883-1941)
Class of 1907, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Noted scientist (biology) and educator in the U.S. and Europe
Clarence Harvey Mills (1892-1950)
Class of 1918, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Professor, humanities scholar and educator at several historically black institutions
Theodore Milton Selden (1897-1922)
Class of 1921, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Died in tragic train accident shortly after graduating from Dartmouth
Robert Shaw Wilkinson (1899-1984)
Class of 1924, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Physician in New York City
Frederick Douglass Stubbs (1906-1946)
Class of 1927, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Physician, first African American thoracic surgeon and medical professions leader in Philadelphia
Howard Marshall Payne (1908-1961)
Class of 1928, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Physician and tuberculosis specialist in Washington, D.C. and Waltham, Massachusetts
William Oscar Harris (1908-1971)
Class of 1930, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Physician in Atlantic City, New Jersey
Wilder Percival Montgomery, Jr. (1910-1995)
Class of 1931, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Physician and medical professions leader in Washington, D.C.
Charles Twitchell Davis (1918-1981)
Class of 1939, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Professor, literary scholar, and leader of Yale's African American studies program
Charles McDuffy Wilder, Jr. (1923-1991)
Class of 1944, A.B., ΦΒΚ
College athlete (skiing, tennis), journalist and writer