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Hampton Negro Conference. Number III. July 1899.
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8:50 P. M. A paper by Mary Schenck Woolman. "The Educational Side of Sewing."
9:00 P.M. A paper by Mr. Harris Barrett of Hampton, Va. "Negro Business Enterprises of Hampton, Virginia."
FRIDAY, JULY 21.
9:00 A. M. A paper by Prof. W. S. Scarborough of Wilberforce University, Ohio. "The Negro in Fiction as Portrayed and as Portrayer."
10:00 A. M. General Discussion.
10:30 A. M. Remarks by Rev. Dr. Campbell of Asheville, N. C.--"Relations of the Races."
11:00 A. M. General Discussion.
11:30 A. M. Report of The Committee on Publication.
11:50 A. M. Report of The Committee on Resolutions.
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