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List of Mississippi Colleges and Mississippi Universities:   Alcorn State University  Belhaven College  Blue Mountain College  Delta State University  Jackson State University  Magnolia Bible College  Millsaps College  Mississippi College  Mississippi State University  Mississippi University for Women  Mississippi Valley State University  Rust College  Tougaloo College  University of Mississippi  University of Mississippi Medical Center  University of Southern Mississippi  William Carey…

List of Mississippi Colleges and Mississippi Universities: Alcorn State University Belhaven College Blue Mountain College Delta State University Jackson State University Magnolia Bible College Millsaps College Mississippi College Mississippi State University Mississippi University for Women Mississippi Valley State University Rust College Tougaloo College University of Mississippi University of Mississippi Medical Center University of Southern Mississippi William Carey…

Rust College founded in Mississippi | African American Registry

Rust College founded in Mississippi | African American Registry

Alvin Childress (September 15, 1907 – April 19, 1986) was an African-American actor who is best known for playing the cabdriver Amos Jones in the 1950s television comedy series Amos 'n Andy. Earlier he had appeared as Noah in the Broadway show Anna Lucasta, but found few acting roles after being typecast as Amos. Holding a bachelor's degree in sociology from Rust College, he worked as  an unemployment interviewer for the Los Angeles Department of Personnel.

Alvin Childress (September 15, 1907 – April 19, 1986) was an African-American actor who is best known for playing the cabdriver Amos Jones in the 1950s television comedy series Amos 'n Andy. Earlier he had appeared as Noah in the Broadway show Anna Lucasta, but found few acting roles after being typecast as Amos. Holding a bachelor's degree in sociology from Rust College, he worked as an unemployment interviewer for the Los Angeles Department of Personnel.

Rust College - one of the oldest colleges for African Americans in the United States, the second-oldest private college in the state, it was founded in 1866 by Northern missionaries with a group called the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal. Today, it is still a historically black liberal arts college located in Holly Springs, about 35 miles southeast of Memphis http://www.rustcollege.edu/

Rust College - one of the oldest colleges for African Americans in the United States, the second-oldest private college in the state, it was founded in 1866 by Northern missionaries with a group called the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal. Today, it is still a historically black liberal arts college located in Holly Springs, about 35 miles southeast of Memphis http://www.rustcollege.edu/

Sleeping quarters at Rust College for female Freedom School teachers, ca. August 1964

Sleeping quarters at Rust College for female Freedom School teachers, ca. August 1964

Rust College was established in 1866 by the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Rust College was established in 1866 by the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

When I look back at my decision of attending Rust College, I think about it as my way of giving back to my hometown of Holly Springs, Mississippi.

When I look back at my decision of attending Rust College, I think about it as my way of giving back to my hometown of Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Rust College INTERNATIONAL ROOM in the Leontyne Price Library The International Collection is a museum of artifacts and printed materials on eleven (11) countries traveled by Rust College faculty and staff. The collection began with artifacts from West Africa donated by Dr. Josephine Njoku, Mrs. Mildred McMillan, and Dr. Sylvester Oliver. These three faculty members were recipients of a Phelps Stokes Foundation Grant to travel in West Africa.

Rust College INTERNATIONAL ROOM in the Leontyne Price Library The International Collection is a museum of artifacts and printed materials on eleven (11) countries traveled by Rust College faculty and staff. The collection began with artifacts from West Africa donated by Dr. Josephine Njoku, Mrs. Mildred McMillan, and Dr. Sylvester Oliver. These three faculty members were recipients of a Phelps Stokes Foundation Grant to travel in West Africa.

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