1844 Carrie Cook Sanborn, nineteenth century Quaker, artist, head of the Cedars Art Colony, Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey, 1844.
c. 1890 Evelyn College, c. 1890, a photograph of students.
c. 1920 The Clara Barton School, Bordentown, from a postcard c. 1920.
1927 Nellie Morrow Parker (1902-), the first African American school teacher in Bergen County.
c. 1930s Marion Thompson Wright (1902-1962), an African American historian and teacher.
1932 Domestic Science Class. New Jersey State Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth, Bordentown.
1932 New Jersey Organization of Teachers. Teachers’ organizations, such as the National Education Association, were not racially integrated until the 1950s.
1837 Hannah Hoyt In 1837, Hannah Hoyt began teaching a group of young girls in a house on lower Albany Street in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
1860 Opheleton Seminary for Young Ladies; Plainfield, 1860.
1952 Racially Integrated Classroom, Berlin Township, 1952. c. 1960s Lena Frances Edwards, MD (1849-1941), physician and presidential Medal of Freedom honoree.
1968 Science students at Felician College, 1968.
1975 “Equity in Educational Programs,” 1975. The text of the regulations published by the New Jersey Department of Education to implement equal education requirements.
1978 Joyce Carol Oates, noted novelist and essayist, began teaching creative writing at Princeton University in 1978.
2000 Toni Morrison,1993 Noble Prize in Literature and 1998 Pulitzer Prize winning author.