Photograph of Johnson C. Smith University Quintet from newsletter or program. Page reads at top "1942 Commencement number." Caption under photo reads "University Quintet, 1914. William Astor Morgan, extreme left, has since leaving his alma mater made a name for himself in music. On Friday evening, July 10, 1942, one of his compositions, Suite for Strings, was played by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of the rising young Negro conductor, Dean Dixon. Mr. Morgan writes under the name of Jean Stor. Commenting on the work, the New York Times, in its Saturday edition, said "Mr. Stor seems to have done a little of everything: play writing, acting, directing, law, playing the organ, leading a choir, singing, teaching. His suite is his Opus 54 and was written in 1941. It follows good models and is earnest in its approached"