A stereograph produced by Underwood & Underwood, dated 1899, of an outdoor scene titled: "Booker T. Washington, President of the Negro Industrial School, Tuskegee, Alabama"/ Copyright 1899 by Strohmeyer & Wyman", below the image. The stereograph is rectangular in shape with two identical albumen photographs that are square-shaped with a curved top edge attached to a piece of cardboard. Both images feature Booker T. Washington standing in a dirt paved street with his right hand in his vest breast pocket. The left edge of the stereograph contains the following textual information: " Strohmeyer & Wyman, Publishers/ New York, N.Y." while the right side contains the following textual information: "Underwood & Underwood, Publishers/ New York, London, Toronto-Canada, Ottawa-Kansas".
A black-and-white photograph taken at the 25th anniversary of the founding of Tuskegee University. At center of the photograph is a reviewing stand on which supporters of the University, including Trustees, dignitaries, educators, and philanthropists, are gathered to watch the proceedings. The reviewing stand is decorated with American flags and bunting. In the foreground, female Tuskegee students march past the reviewing stand, from proper right to proper left. The women are wearing full-length, long-sleeved dresses and hats. In the background are campus buildings, rolling hills and fences.