Christine Moore Howell (March 19, 1899 – December 13, 1972) was a hair care product businesswoman who founded Christine Cosmetics where she formulated her own line of cosmetics and hair care products. She was the head of the New Jersey Board of Beauty Culture Control. She was the first African-American to graduate from Princeton High School. The white people were enraged because I, a Negro, had gained the post. — Christine Moore Howell in Ebony magazine on her appointment to the New Jersey Board of Beauty Culture Control

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  • Christine Moore Howell (March 19, 1899 – December 13, 1972) was a hair care product businesswoman who founded Christine Cosmetics where she formulated her own line of cosmetics and hair care products. She was the head of the New Jersey Board of Beauty Culture Control. She was the first African-American to graduate from Princeton High School. The white people were enraged because I, a Negro, had gained the post. — Christine Moore Howell in Ebony magazine on her appointment to the New Jersey Board of Beauty Culture Control (en)
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  • Howell circa 1950
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  • William Moore
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  • The white people were enraged because I, a Negro, had gained the post.
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  • — Christine Moore Howell in Ebony magazine on her appointment to the New Jersey Board of Beauty Culture Control
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  • Dr. Edward Gaylord Howell
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  • Christine Moore Howell (March 19, 1899 – December 13, 1972) was a hair care product businesswoman who founded Christine Cosmetics where she formulated her own line of cosmetics and hair care products. She was the head of the New Jersey Board of Beauty Culture Control. She was the first African-American to graduate from Princeton High School. The white people were enraged because I, a Negro, had gained the post. — Christine Moore Howell in Ebony magazine on her appointment to the New Jersey Board of Beauty Culture Control (en)
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