|By: Bob Monie|
|Fig. 5 deLesseps “Chep” Morrison, Mayor of New Orleans and President of the Delgado Board of Managers in the 1950's—Known for His International Outlook; Encouraged the Delgado Educational Venture in Kenya|
|Fig. 6 In the Horticulture Building, around 1957|
|Fig. 7 Television, Radio, and Electronic Repair in the 1950s|
|Fig. 8 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Class in the 1950s|
|Fig. 9 Motor Vehicle Auto Shop Instructor Jack Hudson Teaching at the Kampala Institute, Uganda, 1957|
|Fig. 10. Chemistry Instructor Mitch Biedul Teaching at the Kampala Institute, Uganda, 1957|
|Fig. 11. Electrical Instructor McSweeney and Students in Uganda, 1957|
|Fig. 12. Machinist Student-Teacher Bakanoba (On Right) with Student-Worker in Uganda, 1957|
Annual Progress Report 1956: Delgado Trades School. New Orleans: Delgado, 1957.
Evaluation Report on an Educational Contract Between the Protectorate of Uganda and Delgado Trades and Technical Institute. New Orleans: Delgado, 1958.
Goldfield, David, Carl Abbot, Virginia DeJohn Anderson, et al. The American Journey. New York:
Stone, Robert C. and Joseph Elwell Gordon. Problems and Progress at Delgado Trades School. New Orleans: Delgado, 1960.
Thames, Marvin E, Sr. The History of the Isaac Delgado Central Trades School. Diss. LSU, 1957.
Weidner, Edward. W. The World Role of Universities, 1962.