Softcover, Raleigh, NC: Office Superintendent of Public Instruction of North Carolina, 1911. Good with no dust jacket.
Square, sound binding. Clean but tanned pages. Wrappers have light handling wear, soiling, tanning. ; Report of the efficiency of the one-room rural school in North Carolina compared with city schools in the state; investigation into the best American experience in consolidating rural schools and transporting pupils, and other related matters. Purpose was to help make a decision about whether to continue offering one-teacher rural schools in North Carolina or to consolidate into larger schools with pupil transportation. Illustrated with black and white photographic plates showing buildings, pupil transportation, and other related scenes in the larger United States. 9.0" tall; 135 pages.