Mother and son graduates

July 1996
Jet;7/22/96, Vol. 90 Issue 10, p23
Presents a photograph of Marva F. Greene and son, Robert L. Greene Jr., during their graduation for a master of education degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


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