From NKAA, Notable Kentucky African Americans Database (main entry)

Wilson, George D.

(born: 1898  -  died: 1992) 

George D. Wilson served as dean of the West Kentucky Industrial College in 1930 and was professor of education at the Louisville Municipal College from 1934 until its closing in 1951. Wilson then became professor and head of the department of education at Kentucky State College [now Kentucky State University]. For more see A Century of Negro Education in Louisville; and the George D. Wilson papers at the University of Louisville's Libraries's Special Collections and Archives.

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NKAA Entry: Louisville Municipal College for Negroes
NKAA Source: A Century of Negro education in Louisville, Kentucky

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