The Woodville Rosenwald School Foundation

The mission of the Woodville Rosenwald School Foundation is to seek, share, and preserve the history of African American education in Gloucester County and beyond.

Woodville Rosenwald School Foundation is awarded a National Park Service African American Civil Rights Grant

The WRSF's Oral History and Artifact Collection Project. will digitize and preserve oral histories and artifacts related to the African American educational experience in Gloucester County. The project is being supported in part by an African American Civil Rights Grant from the Historic Preservation Fund administered by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior.


Photos of the Restoration and Renovation  of the Woodville School

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View a brief video interview with Dr. Wes Wilson about the Woodville School 

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Woodville Rosenwald School Foundation Oral Histories Featured in  Museum Exhibit

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Woodville Rosenwald School Foundation receives a copy of the book, "Lawyer Walker of Gloucester" published by the Gloucester Museum of History. Pictured from left are Sue Perrin and Bobby Ray, WRSF Board members, Wes Wilson, President and Executive Director of WRSF, Robert Kelly, Gloucester Museum of History Coordinator, and Sidney Ripley, Museum Intern.
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