This next Article written by Maury County's eloquent Archivist Bob Duncan is a bit hard to read as shown here. That is because of the size of the collected news clipping, but it tells a colorful story worthy of reading. I do not know the date of the article, but likely it was recently published in the Columbia Herald.
An earlier more youthful Professor J.H. Kelly.
A more seasoned J. H Kelly, one of the founding fathers of black education in Maury County Tennessee
An early school photo of Maury County of what was the College Hill School for Blacks in 1922.
A photo of what appears to be the administration of Professor Kelly's School. Professor Kelly is shown as the third from left back row.
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