"Grace Hackett" from the "1929 Franciscan" yearbook (page 55)

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Grace Hackett (Class of May, 1929) was the earliest know African American student to attend and graduate San Francisco State Teachers College. San Francisco State started as a vocational school for teachers, but it welcomed students that reflected diversity. Grace Hackett of Alameda, California, studied elementary education, and after graduating, taught at Allensworth School, located in a black community located in Tulare County, California, from 1931 to 1935.

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Students, San Francisco State Teachers College
Date
1928-1929
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University Archives
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1928-1929
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