22 Feb 1907
Prof. Helen C. Morgan, a teacher at Fisk University who has labored there for nearly thirty-eight years, is the guest of the Principle and Mrs. Washington at their home, “The Oaks,” having come here to see something of the work of the school on the first vacation she has had since her connection with the University. She bears the further and unique distinction of not having missed a recitation until her present absence, since being at Fisk. Miss Morgan spoke for a few minutes to the teachers and students at the regular evening service in teh Chapel last Sunday. — Tuskegee (Ala.) Student.