Johnson C. Smith University president Ronald Carter, left, with Biddle descendants and a portrait of benefactor Mary Biddle at the university’s 150th anniversary celebration.
Johnson C. Smith University president Ronald Carter, left, with Biddle descendants and a portrait of benefactor Mary Biddle at the university’s 150th anniversary celebration. Courtesy of Johnson C. Smith University/Joshua Nypaver
Johnson C. Smith University president Ronald Carter, left, with Biddle descendants and a portrait of benefactor Mary Biddle at the university’s 150th anniversary celebration. Courtesy of Johnson C. Smith University/Joshua Nypaver

150 years after ‘transformative gift,’ Biddles rediscover Johnson C. Smith University

April 18, 2017 07:00 AM

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