Alumni Groups by Category

39 alumni…

Prince Saunders (1775-1839)
Moor's Charity School Class of 1808
Educator, Pan-Africanist and advisor to President Henri Christophe of Haiti
Samuel Ford McGill (1815-1871)
DMS Class of 1839, M.D.
First African American physician of Liberia, colonist, educator, political leader, and merchant
Thomas Paul, Jr. (1812-1885)
Class of 1841, A.B.
Abolitionist, educator and civic worker
Pelleman M. Williams (1819-1882)
Class of 1845
Educator in New England and the postbellum South
Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs (1821-1874)
Class of 1852, A.B.
Clergyman, missionary, politician, and educator in Philadelphia, the Carolinas and Florida
William Henry Furniss (1844-1920)
Class of 1862
Assistant secretary of state of Mississippi during Reconstruction, educator, and government postal worker
John Randall Blackburn (1841-1937)
Class of 1863
Professor, educator and university trustee
Douglass Carr Griffing (1845-1925)
Class of 1873, A.B.
Reconstruction-era state senator and educator in Mississippi
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 Dallas Burrus (1846-1928)
Class of 1879, A.M.
Educator in Virginia
James Major Colson, Jr. (1855-1909)
Class of 1883, A.M., ΦΒΚ
Educator and civic worker in Virginia
Remus Grant Robinson (1873-1910)
Class of 1897, B.L.
College athlete, professor at Tuskegee Institute and other southern schools
John Tully Thorne (1874-1940)
Class of 1897, B.L.
Public school educator in New York City
George Francis Smith (1877-1900)
Class of 1898, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Professor and educator
Arthur Henry Jeffreys (1880-1934)
Class of 1904
Teacher and Pullman porter
John Wesley Cromwell, Jr. (1883-1971)
Class of 1906, A.B., ΦΒΚ
First African American CPA and educator in Washington, D.C.
George Matthew King (1874-1942)
Class of 1906, A.B. (1909)
Businessman and educator
Wilder Percival Montgomery (1885-1931)
Class of 1906, A.B.
Educator and public school administrator
Ernest Everett Just (1883-1941)
Class of 1907, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Noted scientist (biology) and educator in the U.S. and Europe
Talley Robert Holmes (1889-1969)
Class of 1910, A.B.
College athlete (tennis), attorney, businessman, educator, co-founder and two time champion of the American Tennis Association
Walter Milton Price (1884-1957)
Class of 1910, A.B.
Educator and public school administrator
George William Adams, Jr. (1894-1969)
Class of 1915, A.B.
Physician (pathologist) and medical educator in Washington, D.C.
Charles Edward Lane, Jr. (1893-1947)
Class of 1915
Educator, theater owner and real estate developer
Charles McDuffy Wilder (1894-1935)
Class of 1915, B.S.
Physician and medical educator in Washington, D.C.
Lester Blackwell Granger (1896-1976)
Class of 1918, A.B.
Social worker, educator, National Urban League executive director, and civil rights leader
Clarence Harvey Mills (1892-1950)
Class of 1918, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Professor, humanities scholar and educator at several historically black institutions
Albert Neal Dow Brooks (1897-1964)
Class of 1919
Educator, journal editor and public school administrator in Washington, D.C.
Charles Wendell Freeman (1900-1980)
Class of 1923
Physician (dermatology) and medical educator in Washington, D.C.
Emilio Aguinaldo Lanier (1900-1994)
Class of 1924, A.B.
Professor of English at U.S. and Japanese universities
Samuel Stanley Morris (1898-1984)
Class of 1925, A.B.
Educator in public colleges and school systems
Theodore Arthur Rambeau (1900-1989)
Class of 1926, A.B.
University professor in Atlanta, Georgia
Hildrus Augustus Poindexter (1901-1987)
DMS Class of 1927
Public health physician (tropical diseases), medical educator, and health attaché at U.S. Liberian Embassy
Cortlandt Matthews Colson (1905-1968)
Class of 1929
Physician, medical educator and civic leader in Petersburg, Virginia
Lenoir Hall Cook (1907-1977)
Class of 1929, A.B.
Shaw University (North Carolina) professor and administrator
Charles Twitchell Davis (1918-1981)
Class of 1939, A.B., ΦΒΚ
Professor, literary scholar, and leader of Yale's African American studies program
Charles Alfred Pinderhughes (1919-1998)
Class of 1940, A.B.
Physician (psychiatry) and medical educator in Boston, Massachusetts
Lisle Carleton Carter (1925-2009)
Class of 1945, A.B.
Attorney, educator, university president, leader of federal agencies and civic organizations and Dartmouth trustee
Carl Victor Granger, Jr. (1928-)
Class of 1949, A.B.
Physician, professor, department chair, and researcher (rehabilitation medicine) at Buffalo School of Medicine
Samuel Wells Smith (1928-2011)
Class of 1949, A.B.
Science teacher and college administrator