Armstrong High School Woodworking Class
Original Author: George Brown
Created: ca. 1915
Medium: Photographic print

Armstrong High School Woodworking Class

A teacher (at back) supervises students in a woodworking class at Arnmstrong High School, the first African American public school in Richmond. This photograph was taken about 1915 by George Brown of The Browns photo studio, which chronicled the city's black community for several generations. The photograph was taken by either the son or grandson of the studio's founder, George O. Brown.

Citation: Witherspoon Collection, Valentine Richmond History Center