Program, Commencement Exercises of the J.C. Corbin High School
J.C. Corbin High School
J.C. Corbin High School was a segregated, African American school in Pine Bluff named for John Carter Corbin, an African American educator in Pine Bluff. The school was located on the Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College campus in Pine Bluff. J.C. Corbin High School closed in 1954.
Program from the commencement exercises in Caldwell Hall at J.C. Corbin High School in Pine Bluff in 1953.
The World We Live In - A History of African Americans in Arkansas
Arkansas State Archives
Program, Commencement Exercises of the J.C. Corbin High School, Turner Finney Family Collection, MS.000573, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas
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