Opal Lee (1943)
Opal Lee (1943)
Willie D. Sears (1949)
Willie D. Sears (1949)
Hattie Manning (1968)
Hattie Manning (1968)
Loyce S. Whitted (1943)
Loyce S. Whitted (1943)
Delbert Sanders (1957)
Delbert Sanders (1957)
Joseph Webb (1946)
Joseph Webb (1946)
Annie Marie (Brown) Webb (1952)
Annie Marie (Brown) Webb (1952)
Matey Merle Mitchell-Prestidge (1959)
Matey Merle Mitchell-Prestidge (1959)
Donald Marshall (1973)
Donald Marshall (1973)
Emmett Lee (1950)
Emmett Lee (1950)
Bobbie Jean King (1951)
Bobbie Jean King (1951)
Charles E. Watts (1954)
Charles E. Watts (1954)
Minnie L. Hodge (1958)
Minnie L. Hodge (1958)
Marion Bracken Downs (1951)
Marion Bracken Downs (1951)
Kenneth Hunter (1972)
Kenneth Hunter (1972)
Brenda Bell Watkins 
(1964)
Brenda Bell Watkins (1964)
Carl Lester Jones (1965)
Carl Lester Jones (1965)
Ronald R. Robinson 
(1964)
Ronald R. Robinson (1964)
John Ella Stewart 
(1963)
John Ella Stewart (1963)
Alma Johnson Tate (1956)
Alma Johnson Tate (1956)
Elvin E. Bennett 
(1962)
Elvin E. Bennett (1962)
Clinton Thomas 
(1961)
Clinton Thomas (1961)
Marilyn J. Ferrell
(1973)
Marilyn J. Ferrell (1973)
Gertrude Townsend Murphy (1960)
Gertrude Townsend Murphy (1960)
Dennis E. Lewis 
(1969)
Dennis E. Lewis (1969)
Jo Ann Lewis 
(1971)
Jo Ann Lewis (1971)
Janath Walker (Henderson) 
(1970)
Janath Walker (Henderson) (1970)
Antoinette M. Watts (1966)
Antoinette M. Watts (1966)
Harry R. Watts (1955)
Harry R. Watts (1955)
This ongoing projects features the members of the I. M. Terrell High School Alumni Association. This remarkable group of people attended Fort Worth’s historic I. M. Terrell High School during the 1940s, ’50s,’60s and ’70s. 
The high school closed in 1973, the same year Fort Worth schools were racially integrated
I. M. Terrell was reopened as an elementary school in the 1990s; that iteration of I. M. Terrell closed in 2016. 
In 2018, the high school was remodeled, reimagined and reopened as the I. M. Terrell Academy for STEM and VPA
Several portraits in this series were featured in the 2018 I. M. Terrell High School yearbook as a tribute to the alumni association’s legacy and continued support.
Thanks to Brenda Watkins (I. M. Terrell High School, Class of ‘64) for being the behind-the-scenes producer on this project. 
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