John Mercer Langston Poster Black History Print (11x17)
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Our restored photographic work and reproduction poster print of John Mercer Langston. This 11"x17" African-American Black History poster comes unframed and includes a short biography. Printed on high-quality 10pt. glossy cardstock. The poster makes a great teaching tool for educational institutions, teachers, and classrooms. Individuals, collectors and history lovers will also appreciate this historical memento.
John Mercer Langston (December 14, 1829 – November 15, 1897) was an abolitionist, attorney, educator, activist, diplomat, and politician in the United States. An African American, he became the first dean of the law school at Howard University and helped create the department. He was the first president of what is now Virginia State University, a historically black college.
Poster is great for educational use, collectors, framing, educational institutions, home, office, etc. Size: 11"x17". Delivery: Unframed. Comes in mailing tube or rigid envelope. Photograph is courtesy of the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA.