|By: Bob Monie|
|T. H. Harris Acknowledges that his book was printed by students of the printing department of Delgado Trades School|
|Cover photo of Chef J. H. Breland on his Eighth cookbook|
|Mechanical drafting students of the class of '24 with instructor Robert Brydon|
|Electrical students of the class of '24|
|Tailoring students in bottom row displaying two-piece suits they designed and sewed|
|Architectural drafting student August Perez in 1924|
|Delgado faculty in 1924, including Director H. G. Martin, Assistant Director O. E. Davieson, Chef J. H. Breland, Mechanical Drafting instructor Robery Brydon, and Board Secretary Louis A. Dodge|
|Delgado diploma used from 1921 to 1950s|
|Five students on front steps of Isaac Delgado Hall in 1922 - each carrying the tools of his trade|
|Abbie Brunies and the Halfway House Jazz Band regularly performed in the 1920s just six blocks from Delgado|
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(May 1921): 16.
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