Twenty Five Years in the Black Belt
Boston: The Cornill Company, .
First edition. xvii, , 143 pp. with frontis and seven pages of photos. Bound in publisher's crimson cloth with bright gilt. Near Fine with subtle dust-soiling, very tiny gouge to top edge of a few pages, contents bright. An autobiography by the founder of the Snow Hill Normal School and Industrial Institute in Snow Hill, Alabama, which grew from a single log cabin to a campus of 27 buildings and over 400 students. Item #140942844
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