Wiley College
Historically Black College




Wiley College, 1937, John Ella Patton. Three young ladies sitting in the snow.



Allen, Jewel. "The History of Negro Education at Wiley College." Master's Thesis, East Texas State Teachers College, 1940.
Brawley, James P. "A Brief Historical Sketch of Wiley University Now Wiley College." Chapter 23 in Two Centuries of Methodist Concern: Bondage, Freedom, and Education of Black People. New York: Vantage Press, Inc., 1974.
Daniel, V. E. "Our Negro Colleges - Fisk University, Taugaloo, Wiley College." Opportunity, 1 ( April, 1923), 12-14.
Gibbs, Warmoth T. President Matthew W. Dogan of Wiley College, A Biography. Marshall, Texas: Wiley College, 1940.
McNeely, Lois Towles. "A History of the Music Education of Wiley College." Master's Thesis, University of Iowa, 1942.
Morris, Talitha Long. "A Determination of Freshmen Guidance Needs at Wiley College." Cornell University, 1937.
Totten, Herman L. "The Wiley College Library the First Library for Negroes West of the Mississippi River." Negro History Bulletin, 32 ( January, 1969), 6-10.
Totten, Herman L. "A Survey of the Use of the Carnegie Library of Wiley College Students, 1964." University of Oklahoma, 1964.
A Merger of Two Methodist Negro Colleges." [Wiley College, Marshall, Texas and Samuel Huston College, Austin,Texas] School and Society, 68 ( July 31, 1948), 71.


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