A photo of Isaac Scott Hathaway teaching the youth.
A famous sculpture of the African-American orator by Isaac Scott Hathaway.
A 50 Cent piece featuring Booker T. Washington. It was designed by Isaac Scott Hathaway, commissioned by President Harry Truman and minted from 1946 to 1951.
These busts and masks are located at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.
The students of Auburn University partnered with the Tuskegee Human & Civil Rights Multicultural Center to educate the people about the artist Isaac Scott Hathaway.
A photo of Isaac Scott Hathaway working on his George Washington Carver bust.
A commemorative 50 cent piece featuring George Washington Carver and Booker T. Washington. Designed by Isaac Scott Hathaway, commissioned by President Harry Truman and minted from 1951 to 1954.
A photograph of the artist, sculptor, businessman and educator.
A photograph of friends, Isaac Scott Hathaway and George Washington Carver
Eight Auburn University students led by Mark Wilson, director of Civic Learning Initiatives in the College of Liberal Arts, began an educational project last fall to unveil the life and work of Hathaway.
Isaac Scott Hathaway was originally motivated to start sculpting because of the lack of busts and sculptures in public places that featured African-Americans. Here are his sculptures of Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver and Frederick Douglass.
A photograph of Isaac Scott Hathaway working teaching students about sculpture and ceramics.
A photograph of Isaac Scott Hathaway standing beside an airplane.
Isaac Scott Hathaway inspecting the work of one of his students.
A member of the Isaac Scott Hathaway Collection located at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Isaac Scott Hathaway teaching at Auburn University. He crossed racial barriers when he began teaching their in the summer of 1947.
The back of the 50 cent Commemorative piece minted from 1946 to 1951 and featuring an image of Booker T. Washington on the front.