Education for Life. The Story of Hampton Institute Told in Connection with the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Foundation of the School.

An unopened copy


Peabody notes in his introduction that “Hampton Institute may be studied as a well organized school for industrial training, or as an evidence of the Negro’s capacity for education, or as a contribution to the economic welfare of the Southern States [....]” yet its essence had profoundly deeper consequences for the African-Americans for whom it selflessly served.


Description: Education for Life. The Story of Hampton Institute Told in Connection with the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Foundation of the School.

Garden City [and:] New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1918. First Edition. Frontispiece, 393pp. Illustrated. Bibliography and Indexed. Bound in publisher’s gilt-lettered maroon cloth; top-edge gilt; partly untrimmed and, in parts, still unopened. A very good copy.

[3727036]

Blockson 486.


Price: $100.00