Winchester, KY: Oliver High School, 1921. First Edition, First Printing. Original wraps. 5 7/8 X 9 3/4 Inches. 34 PP + 16 PP ads. Very Good. Item #2924
Original guide and history to the Oliver Street Colored School in Winchester, KY. This issue, the first and only as far as we can find, features coverage of all departments as well as a full roster of faculty and students. Chapters also include "Manual Training in Negro Schools" and "The Use of Stories" among others. As you might expect, the advertising section is geared toward the black population of Winchester and includes ads from the Piggly-Wiggly and The Tyler Hospital, who states "Open for the accomodation of Colored Patients" in their ads. Original blue paper wraps a bit worn at edges and corners. A clean and complete speciment overall. OCLC locates "0" copies.