Ellen Lowe Bullock Taylor (circa 1874-1960) was an educator in the Louisville public schools, serving as a principal at Portland, Dunbar, Mary B. Talbert, City Summer School, and the Louisville Colored Normal School. Taylor also supported night schools and taught at Central Colored High Night School. A member of the National Association of Colored Women, she wrote the "First Year Book" for the state federation, which named her as honorary president. Image snipped from [Louisville] Courier Journal (June 9, 1953) with the following caption: "Kisses pour on Mrs. Ellen L. Taylor from two of her former students. They are Mrs. Evelyn G. Smith, left, principal of Samuel Coleridge Taylor and Charles Young schools, and Mrs. Carrie F. Smythe, principal of W.H. Perry, Dr., Elementary School."