Negro Education, A Study of the Private and Higher Schools for Colored People in the United States. Bulletin, 1916, No. 38. [and] No. 39. [2 volumes]
The state of Black secondary and higher education in America at the time of the First World War. Includes an examination of the preparation of teachers, school facilities, educational funds and associations plus history and statistics. Volume two offers a state-by-state analysis of Black education and schools focusing on the Southern and border states.
Description: Negro Education, A Study of the Private and Higher Schools for Colored People in the United States. Bulletin, 1916, No. 38. [and] No. 39. [2 volumes]
Washington [D.C.]: Government Printing Office, 1917. Two Volumes. First Editions. xiv, 423 pages + plates, maps, and tables (some folding) ; v, 724 pages + maps (some folding) and tables. Sm. 4tos. Publisher’s cloth (Vol. 1) and publisher’s printed wrappers (Vol. 2), both as issued, presumably a married set. Illustrations from half tones in Vol. 1. Some old paint splash stains to front cover of cloth binding; brief chipping to edges of wrappers and to a few leaves in second volume; overall very good.