A group of negro children coming out of the Calhoun Colored School in Lowndes County, Alabama . Students make a small model of a hut with wood and a paper. Students learn craft work. A teacher calls the students. Girls learning to make their own dresses for their graduation ceremony. A girl displays the hand crafted dress. Townspeople dressed in their best walk along the road approaching the school to attend the graduation exercises. A band marching off to start the commencement ceremony. A huge gathering of people present. Young men and women graduates of the Calhoun School take the stage in pairs for the graduation ceremony. Several educators address the audience, including Calhoun School Principal, Dr. Jerome F Kidder.
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