Further identifications for a Penn State historian should be possible, some of these men could even have played on contemporary football teams. The man far left (in uniform) is Daniel Bernette Taylor b.
1900 Philadelphia PA, one of the first black students at Penn State College and considered a founder of the first black fraternity on campus: Nu Chapter, Omega. His achievements too many to summarize, a list will follow.
Taylor was a successful athlete at both his Philadelphia high school and all four years at Penn State. He received an Agricultural Chemistry degree from Penn State in 1922, the very class that he was contracted to teach the following year at the Tuskegee Institute.
In 1930 he was awarded a medical degree from Howard and went into practice. Rich tones and strong contrast, measures 4 x 9.5. With corner wear (single chip top left) and heavy thumb crease at right edge (does not affect subject).Coach on the right shows motion blur. Daniel and Henrietta (DeShields) Taylor. South Philadelphia High School, Phila. Agricultural Chemistry, Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee, Ala. Professor, Chemistry and Physics, A.
Member Omega Psi Phi; Masons; Elks; American Chemical Soc. Liebig Chemical Society (Penn State); Varsity Club (Penn State). Meadowbrook Club of Wanamaker since 1917.Charter Member of Nu Chapter at Penn. Charter Member of Iota Omega Graduate Chapter at Tuskegee. Appointed District Representative of the Grand Basileus, of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity for the Southern District, 1923; also 1924. Delegate Tau Omega Chapter, Greensboro, N. To the convention in Washington, D. 1924; Grand Keeper of Finances, 1925. "Chemistry in Its Relation to Agriculture, " pointing out the necessity of a knowledge of chemistry in agricultural practice, pub. King's Agricultural Digest, Tuskegee, 1923. He was a member for three years of South Philadelphia High School's track and cross country teams, captain of cross-country 1918, captain of track team 1918. Twice Philadelphia High School cross-country champion. Third in American High School cross-country championships 1918.
High point winner in 1918 H. Championship meet, winning and equalling H.Member and captain of two winning relay teams at Pennsylvania University. Member of the team, winning second place at National Championships in Chicago, together with now Dr. He was inducted into the Students' Army Training Corps, September 1918-December, 1918. Received Scholastic Athletic Scholarship, December 1918 at Pennsylvania State College. Member of Varsity cross-country, 1918 and 1920, competing in Intercollegiates at Yale, 1920. Member of Varsity track team for four years, winning at least ten points in all dual meets and Letter each year. Member of World's record-holding Distance Medley Relay Team 1922, College Champion Medley Relay Team of America, 1920, National Sprint Relay champion Relay team, 1920, Pennsylvania (western) Quarter Mile Champion, 1922. He was credited several times with 10 seconds in the 100-yard Dash, 22 seconds in the 220-yard Dash, and 50 seconds in the 440-yard Dash. He was a participant in the Inter-Collegiate Track Championships, 1920, at the University of Pennsylvania in 1920 and Harvard University in 1922. Please see photos and ask questions. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Photographic Images\Photographs". The seller is "rarebooksandpaper" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.