Elizabeth Burgess Buford, Portrait

Black and White photograph of a white woman in her 50s or 60s with her hair in a bun, wearing peals and wire-framed glasses. The photo is inset in an oval beige frame.
Full Title:

Elizabeth Burgess Buford, President of Buford College, circa 1912


From Nashville Public Library Webpage-

A portrait photograph of Elizabeth Burgess Buford, a prominent educator and founder of Buford College, a school for young ladies that was first established in Clarksville, Tennessee in the 1880s and subsequently moved to Nashville in 1901.

Source Citation:

The Mirror. 1912. Elizabeth Burgess Buford, President of Buford College, circa 1912. Photograph. Special Collections Division of the Nashville Public Library. https://nashville.contentdm.oclc.org/digital/collection/nr/id/2304

Cite this page:

unknown. 1912. "Elizabeth Burgess Buford, Portrait." History of Higher Education. https://higheredhistory.gmu.edu/primary-sources/elizabeth-burgess-buford-president-of-buford-college-circa-1912/