Rodgers School


Title
Rodgers School
Description
District Eight. Rodgers School. Two teachers in school, condition of building repair needed, enrollment of 91, average attendance of 71, size of grounds unknown, two rooms. P730/35. Photographic print from a scrapbook documenting both active and abandoned African-American public schools in Pitt County, North Carolina circa 1950s. Notes about the school are from a photocopy of the original scrapbook.
Date
1950-1959
Original Format
photographs
Extent
17cm x 12cm
Local Identifier
0730-s2-b3-fd-i35
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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William L. Cox Feb 02 2019

Rogers School was located west of and near Ayden and Rountree community Hwy 102 and 903.

William L. Cox Feb 02 2019

Rogers School was located west of and near Ayden and Rountree community Hwy 102 and 903.

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