We can never progress if we don't know where we've come from.
Old archive papers
The founder John H. Murphy Sr. of the Afro with his sons.... The original building. He brought the paper for $200.
This is OLDSCHOOL!!
John H. Murphy got boat named after him. This is the clock on the front.
This isn't your normal QWERTY keyboard.
A really old picture plate
Afro pushes for Civil Rights
Former cartoonist for the Afro Thomas Allen Stockett. He worked in all of their political cartoons. R.I.P
Thomas Stockett's memorial desk. He has a T-Square. See Poly taught me something.
Imagine if we still wrote our stories like this. These typewriters printed on metal plates for print and reached over 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
More archive boxes
A old school hair ad
And last but not least. The Afro has a whole file cabinet full of pictures from Morgan State University.
Apparently there really is nothing like a Morgan girl =)