Giles Hall

This Shirt Collection honors Spelman's iconic hall known as Giles Hall.

Giles became Spelman's second president in 1891 after the death of Sophia Packard. During the same year, the Missionary Training Department started, Quarles Library opened in Packard Hall (1891); and two students from Africa, Maggie Rattray and Lena Clark, enrolled at the school. Dean Lucy Houghton Upton was responsible for the academic direction for the seminary.

As a pioneer and advocate for women's education, Harriet E. Giles's bold dream of creating change and more educational opportunities for Black women culminated in her co-founding Spelman College and leading the institution as its second president.

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