Stone Collection: Volume 92 - Item 17
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17. Annual Catalogue of Saint Augustine’s School, Raleigh, N.C.: A Normal School and Collegiate Institute with Industrial Departments for Colored Students of Both Sexes, Fortieth Annual Session, 1906-1907 ([Raleigh, NC?]: Printing Office of St. Augustine’s School, 1907). (40 p.)
School catalogue with a list of current students and recent graduates. The school consisted of four departments: collegiate, normal (i.e., teacher), preparatory, and primary, which served as a demonstration school. The pamphlet contains six photographs, including a panorama of the campus. Today, St. Augustine’s College is an institution of approximately 1600 students and boasts of its reputation as a small, liberal arts college. It was founded to educate freed slaves in 1867.