Ephemera, Raleigh: North Carolina Education Association, 1924. Good with No dust jacket as issued.
Stapled binding is sound. Pages clean, tanned. Wrappers tanned with light edge wear. Handling wear overall, including creasing at top corner on wrappers and pages. ; Contents: Andrews, Professional ethics. Wright, How we got the county-unit plan before the people. MacKay, A solution of the literary society problem. Sullivan, Bird study in the elementary grades. Bailey, A student's idea on teaching literature. Morris, Mary Bryan Griswold. Blair, Fort Macon. Cover is devoted to a memorial to Charles Brantley Aycock on Capitol Square in Raleigh in 1924. (Aycock became a controversial figure in the 21st century for his openly racist views and discriminatory policies while Governor of North Carolina.); 12" tall; 32 pages.
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