Boylan-Haven-Mather Academy NATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
Three letters between Ms. Bryan and W.E.B. DuBois regarding an invitation for him to speak at Mather in 1946 and 1947. (The amount discussed was $200 -- about $2,600 in today's money.)
Ms. Bryan served as a teacher, principal and superintendent for many years. Students from her era remember Ms. Bryan for her kindness, wisdom and support, which helped shape their lives in positive ways.
An eminent attorney who achieved victories in civil rights and voting rights cases in both Carolinas.
An article in the January/ February 2000 issue of the NAACP's Crisis magazine about Mather and approximately 200 other schools that played an important role in filling the gap and void in education for African Americans in a segregated America.