The Stowe's Teacher College yearbook for the year 1948 features black-and-white photographs of students, a blue cover, and sixty-four pages. On the cover in relief, the title, and series of abstracts depicting a football player, a couple dancing in eveningwear, two figures in a canoe, a diver, and a figure receiving a diploma.
The 1945 yearbook for Stowe's Teacher College featuring black-and-white photographs of students. An off-white cover has an image of a dove flying over the earth; both image and the title are in relief. The yearbook contains sixty-four pages.
A commemorative 140-page yearbook form the Homer G. Phillips Hospital School of Nursing titled "The Guardian." The volume is hardcover and has a textured blue cover with raised gold lettering. The top right corner featurs a white nurse's cap. The title [THE GUARDIAN] runs upper left to lower right diagonally across the book, and in the lower left is an golden eliptical ring reading [HOMER G. PHILLIPS / 1919 / 1968 / H.T.S.N.] in blue text. In the upper left corner is a small piece of white tape with [P. PAYNE] handwritten in green ink. The interior of the book features graduating classes over the course of the school's history with text and black-and-white photographs. There are scattered handwritten notes throughout the book, some on separate pieces of paper.
A graduation program for the Homer G. Phillips Hospital School of Nursing. The event was held on Friday, September 5, 1947 at Stowe Teachers College in Saint Louis, Missouri. The program is a single sheet of paper that was previously folded in half on a vertical crease. The program is made of white paper with black text. The front page reads: [HOMER G. PHILLIPS HOSPITAL / School of Nursing / GRADUATION EXERCISES / Friday, September 5, 1947 / 8 P. M. / STOWE TEACHERS COLLEGE / 2615 NORTH PENDLETON AVENUE / SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI]. There is a stylized line forming a border across the top and bottom of the page. A graphic of a knot is located above and below the date and time. There is a printing logo centered at the bottom next to the number . The program is listed on the left inside page. The seventeen (17) graduating students are listed on the right page. Ushers are listed on the back page.
A newsletter titled "The Nightingale," from January 1947, identified as Volume 1, Number 1. The newsletter consists of black ink printed on white paper. It is comprised of seven (7) pages stapled together in the top left corner. The cover design and section headings were hand drawn, while the remainder of the text appears typewritten. At the top of the cover is stylized text that reads: [The / NIGHTINGALE] with smaller text written underneath, [VOL 1 JANUARY 1947 no. 1]. To the left of "NIGHTINGALE" is a drawing of an academic lamp. In the center, is a large drawing of a nurse's cap surrounded by smaller images of a needle, watch, books, inkwell, mug, pan, and other medical implements. Underneath is the year  in block letters with [GREETINGS] overtop. At the bottom right is the name [P BROWN]. The newsletter includes sections on Music, Class Notes, Events, and Humor. The name [Pauline M. Brown] is inscribed on the back of the last page in the top right corner.
This is a Poro College diploma received by Lucille Brown. On the diploma in the lower left corner is a gold, embossed, seal with a purple ribbon. The diploma is printed in black text with blanks provided throughout for filling in information about the recipient, the date, and the person conferring the degree. Under the blanks are lines of red ink. From the top of the page text reads "Poro College/ &/ Scalp Treatment and Hair Culture/ St. Louis, Mo./ Established in the Year of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred/ Know all Parties by these Presents, That/ Lucille Brown/has completed a full course of instruction in the treatment of the scalp and the culture of the/ hair, as prescribed by the Poro System./ And has passed such examinations as to satisfactorily demonstrate her ability to properly apply the intricate methods thereto./ Now, therefore, by virtue of the power vested in us, we have granted this/ DIPLOMA/ with all of the privileges attendant thereupon./ In Witness Whereof, We, the President and Secretary, have subscribed our names and caused this seal/ of the College to be affixed hereunto, this Nineteenth day of March 1915./ Annie M. Pope Turnbo President/ Maudelle McMurray Secretary/ Territory Weir and McCool, Miss."
An April 1926 edition of "The Voice." The front cover has a white background and features a sepia-toned photographic portrait of a woman identified as [Mrs. Sallie J. Cathrell, Pres. Cathrell Printing Co.] in the table of contents. She is depicted in profile with a jaw-level bob haircut and wearing a light colored sleeveless top. Black and red text above and below the image read, [The Voice / "The Shout of a Rising Race" / Published Monthly in the Interest of / Colored People Everywhere / April, 1926 Price 15c / Kansas City Special Number]. The text is surrounded by a black border with a decorative motif at the corners. The publication includes a front cover, back cover, and thirty-four (34) pages bound with staples.