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Five Portraits of Ground-Breaking Black Cornell Students

In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, five African American students of biology, agriculture, veterinary medicine, and human ecology at Cornell University broke important new ground as scholars, advocates, and professionals.  Images in this slideshow are selections from a winter 2012 exhibit in the Mann Library lobby.

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