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Hailing from Galveston, Texas, Mrs. Crumady came to El Paso in 1949 accepting the position of Director of Early Childhood Development at McCall Day Nursery located on the Douglass Elementary and High School campus. She received her B.S. at Prairie View A&M. She was a member of Second Baptist Church where she taught Sunday School, held the position of Church Clerk and a member of the Missionary Society. She was also a member of El Paso Teachers Assn; United Way of El Paso; Golden Life Member and Past President of the El Paso Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; member of Zeta Pi Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society; Church Women United, Retired Teachers Association and Phyllis Wheatley Club. She met and married her husband of 56 years,James B. Crumady in 1954. They were the proud parents of Charlotte and Pamela; grandparents of DeShaun Barnes and great-grandparents of DeVonte Barnes. Mrs. Crumady retired from the El Paso Public School System in 1986 after 38 years of service. She and James moved to Augusta, Georgia in 2005 to be with Charlotte and her husband, Kenneth Campfield. Both passed away in 2011.

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Douglass High School - Class of 1938 - El Paso, Texas.

The class of 1938 - Left to right, first row; Marguerite Owens, Thurman Taylor, Lois Parish, and Clarence Taylor. Second Row, Erma Lee White, Leon Curry, Avis Hancock, L.W. Washington, and Juanita Scott. Third Row, Elizabeth Russel, Dorothy Porter, Oscar Wright, Minnie Watkins, and Elizabeth Berry.


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Douglass High School - This is a booklet covering some of the events and people of the Black community of El Paso. An attempt to capture from words and old photographs a few of the lasting impressions of some incidents which will always be remembered of Douglass High School.

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Douglass High School - William Coleman is in the center of the picture with his family. Principal from 1908 - 1927, he attended Howard University and Brown University and taught at Benedict College, Columbia, and North Carolina. He was assistant principal in Fort Worth, Texas before coming to El Paso. He left El Paso in 1927 returning to Fort Worth, Texas to work as State Treasurer of the Masonic Lodge until his death. Mrs. Emma Coleman his wife also taught at Douglass School.

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Douglass High School - Class of 1940 - El Paso, Texas.

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Douglass High School - El Paso, Texas.

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Douglass High School - El Paso, Texas. Booklet with this information about Douglass High School - Black High School - 1895 - 1956.

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The booklet highlights two principals on this page. William Coleman and William Oliver Bundy, Sr. are highlighted on this page of the booklet. The first and second principals of Douglass High School are without a photograph.

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Members of class of 1915, 1916, and 1917.

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Douglass High School - members of Douglass High School from 1917 - 1921.

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Douglass High School - members of classes from 1922 - 1924.

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Douglass High School El Pas,o Texas -- classmates of class of 1925 & 1926.

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Douglass High School - Administrators

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Douglass Elementary School Teachers

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Douglass High School Teachers

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Douglass High School - Class of 1917, 1918,1920, 1921

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Douglass High School - Class of 1927, and 1928.

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Douglass High School - Class of 1929 & 1930

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