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EDUCATIONAL PUBLICATION No. 117 



DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS No. 34 



DIRECTORY 



OF THE 



SCHOOL OFFICIALS 



OF 



NORTH CAROLINA 



1927-1928 




published by the 

State Supebintendent of Public Instruction 

Raleigh, N. C. 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Classification of Institutions of Higher Learning 8 

Colleges y 

Chairmen County Boards of Education 16 

County Superintendents 16 

County Training Schools for Negroes 12 

County Treasurers 16 

Denominational or Private Colleges — White 9 

Denominational or Private Colleges — Colored 10 

Department of Public Instruction 3 

Directors of Institutional Summer Schools 4 

Educational Periodicals 7 

Jeanes Industrial Supervising Teachers 22 

Licensed Business Colleges 11 

North Carolina Education Association 5 

North Carolina Negro Teachers Association 7 

Orphanages 13 

Preparatory Schools and Principals 13 

Private Schools for Negroes ;.;. 14 

Rural School Supervisors 14 

State Board of Education 3 

State Board for Vocational Education 4 

State Charitable Institutions 12 

State Schools for the Deficient and Delinquent 12 

Superintendents of Special Charter Schools 20 

Superintendents of Public Welfare 15 

Teacher Training Departments in High Schools 11 

Treasurers of Special Charter Schools 20 




STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

A. W. McLean. Governor, President. 
J. Elmer Long, Lieutenant Governor. 
W. N. Everett, Secretary of State. 
Baxter Durham, State Auditor. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer. 

D. G. Brummitt. Attorney General. 

A. T. Allen, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Secretary. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC EDUCATION 

A. T. Allen, Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
Miss Flossie Marshbanks, Secretary. 

Division of Publications 

L. H. JoBE. Director. 

Miss Mary Matthews, Stenographer. 

Division of Certification 

James E. Hillman, Director. 

Miss Marybelle Delamar, Assistant Director. 

Miss Myrtle Lee Smith, Secretary. 

Miss Mary Wiggs, Certificate Clerk. 

Miss Mexie Herring. Stenographer. 

Mrs. Jeannette Ball Dewitt, Stenographer. 

Mrs. Helen Snow Risher, File Clerk. 

Mrs. Kathleen B. Wilson. File Clerk. 

Division of Teacher Training 

James E. Hillman, Director. 

Mrs. T. E. Johnson, Supervisor Teacher Training. 

Mrs. Margaret N. Schell, Stenographer. 

Division of Finance 

C. D. Douglas, Director. 

John L. Hathcock, Director of School Accounts. 

C. I. Taylor, Accountant. 

H. C. West, Statistician. 

Miss Mary Alice Robertson, Assistant Statistician. 

Miss Carrie Moses, Stenographer. 

Division of Elementary Instruction 

L. C. Bbogden, Director. 

Miss Hattie Parrott, Supervisor of Elementary Instruction. 
Miss Maycie Southall, Supervisor of Elementary Instruction. 
Miss Alberta Ingram, Stenographer. 

Division of Schoolhouse Planning 

J. J. Blair, Director. 

Miss Georgia Piland, Landscape Architect. 

Miss Lula Stockard, Stenographer. 

Division of School Inspection 

J. Henry Highsmith, Director. 

A. B. Combs, Inspector of High Schools. 

Miss Susan Fulghum, Inspector of Elementary Schools. 

Miss Willa Ray, Stenographer. 

Division of Information and Statistics 

M. C. S. Noble, Jr., Director. 

Miss Katherine E. Haedesty, Stenographer. 



Division of Negro Education 

N. C. Newbold, Director. 

G. H. Ferguson, Assistant Director. 

W. F. Creole, Supervisor of Rosenwald Fund. 

Miss Annabel Pratt, Secretary. 

Miss Margaret N. Little, Stenographer. 

W. A. Robinson, Inspector Colored High Schools. 

G. E. Davis, Supervisor of Rosenwald Building. 

Mrs. Annie W. Holland, Supervisor of Elementary Schools. 

S. A. DiCKERSON, Stenographer. 

STATE BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

A. T. Allen, Chairman. 

Miss Mary Arrington, Rocky Mount. 

W. F. Carr, Durham. 

Leonard Tufts, Pinehurst. 

Division of Vocational Education 

T. E. Browne, Director. 

Miss Rebecca Cushing. Supervisor of Home Economics. 

Roy H. Thomas, Supervisor of Agriculture. 

George W. Coggin, Supervisor Trades and Industries. 

H. L. Stanton, Supervisor Industrial Rehabilitation. 

RoBT. A. Brown, Assistant Supervisor Industrial Rehabilitation. 

C. M. Andrews, Assistant Supervisor Industrial Rehabilitation. 

R. W. Cline, Assistant Supervisor Agriculture. 

J. S. Howard, Assistant Supervisor Agriculture. 

A. L. Teachey, Assistant Supervisor Agriculture. 

J. M. OsTEEN, Assistant Supervisor Agriculture. 

M. L. Rhodes, Assistant Supervisor Trades and Industries. 

Miss Bess Oglesby, Assistant Supervisor Home Economics. 

Mrs. Thoiias W. King, Secretary. 

Miss Margaret Jackson, Stenographer. 

Miss Mary Gregory Fort, Stenographer. 

Mrs. J. M. Carmines, Stenographer. 

DIRECTORS OF INSTITUTIONAL SUMMER SCHOOLS 

White 

Appalachian Training School B. B. Dougherty, Boone 

Asheville Normal School John E. Calfee, Asheville 

Cullowhee Normal School H. T. Hunter, Cullowhee 

East Carolina Teachers College L. R. Meadows, Greenville 

Junaluska (Duke University), Junaluska, N. C..B. J. Childs. Durham 

Lenoir-Rhyne College G. R. Patterson. Hickory 

Neuse-Forest (Wake Forest), New Bern, N. C. . A. C. Reid, Wake Forest 
Sea Shore (Duke University), Oriental, N. C. T. B. Attmore, Vandemere 
State College of Agriculture and Engineering. T. E. Browne. Raleigh 

North Carolina College for Women J. H. Cook, Greensboro 

Duke University Holland Holton, Durham 

University of North Carolina N. W. Walker, Chapel Hill 

Wake Forest College D. B. Bryan, Wake Forest 

Colored 

Agricultural and Technical College F. D. Bluford, Greensboro 

Asheville J. H. Michael, Asheville 

Elizabeth City Normal School P. W. Moore, Elizabeth City 

Fayetteville Normal School •. E. E. Smith. Fayetteville 

Johnson C. Smith University S. D. Williams, Charlotte 

Livingston College G. D. Wllson, Salisbury 

North Carolina College for Negroes James E. Shepard. Durham 

Shaw University W. S. Turner, Raleigh 

Winston-Salem Teachers College S. G. Aikins, Winston-Salem 

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NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 

General Officers 

T. WiNGATE ANDREW'S, President, High Point. 
F. P. Hall, Vice-President, Gastonia. 
E. W. Knight. Past President, Chapel Hill. 
JuLE B. Wakren, Secretary-Treasurer, Raleigh. 

Executive Committee 

General officers and presidents of affiliated departments make up the exec- 
utive committee. Asterisk (*) denotes member of this committee. 

District Chairmen 

Western District Miss Bessie Steedman, East Flat Rock 

Northwestern District J. H. Cowles, Lexington 

South Piedmont District M. S. Beam, Albermarle 

North Central District E. J. Coltrane, Roanoke Rapids 

Northeastern District M. L. Wright, Greenville 

Southeastern District R. S. Proctor, New Bern 



DEPARTMENTAL, OFFICERS 

County Superintendents 

President — A. T. Allen Raleigh 

Secretary — C. D. Douglas Raleigh 

City Superintendents 

President — Kader R. Curtis Duke University, Durham 

Vice-President — W. P. Grier Gastonia 

Secretary — Hoy Taylor Wilson 

High School Principals and Teachers 

President — E. H. Garringer Charlotte 

Vice-President — Ray Armstrong . Goldsboro 

Secretary — George A. Hartrick Asheville 

Higher Education 

President — A. M. Proctor Duke University, Durham 

Vice-President — Dr. E. R. Mosher Chapel Hill 

Secretary — D. F. Nicholson Greensboro College, Greensboro 

Primary Teachers 

President — Louise Gill Gary 

Vice-President — Trix Barbour Asheville 

Secretary — Clara Hearne Roanoke Rapids 

Grammar Grade Teachers 

President — Mrs. B. N. Mann Durham 

Vice-President — Selma Webb Shelby 

Secretary — Marjorie Pratt N. C. C. W., Greensboro 

Modern Language Teachers 

President — Prof. Fred K. Fleagle Davidson 

Vice-President — Dr. Meta H. Miller N. C. C. W., Greensboro 

Secretary — Connie Horne Meredith College, Raleigh 

French Teachers 

President — Dr. Juanita Floyd Salem College, Winston-Salem 

Vice-President — Dr. Albert M. Webb Duke University, Durham 

Secretary — Annie Preston Heileg Winston-Salem 

Spanish Teachers 

President — Dr. N. B. Adams Chapel Hill 

Secretary — S. A. Stoudemire Chapel Hill 

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German Teachers 

President — Dr. Ernest Derendinger Salisbury 

Secretary — Caroline Schoch N. C. C. W., Greensboro 

Science Teachers 

President — Prof. S. S. Jenkins Durham 

.Secretary — Blanche Burke Maxton 

Music Teachers 

President — C. James Velie Elon College 

Vice-President — Edwin M. Steckel Gastonia 

Secretary — Martha Galt Meredith College, Raleigh 

English Teachers 

President — Henry Grady Owens High Point 

Yice-President — C. C. Certain Chapel Hill 

Secretary — Essie D. Hunter High Point 

Art 

President — Minnie S. Martin Raleigh 

Yice-President — Ida Poteat Meredith College, Raleigh 

Secretary — Kate W. Lewis E. C. T. C, Greenville 

Elementary Principals 

President — Sallie Beavers Durham 

Yice-President — J. M. Shields Winston-Salem 

Secretary — Florence Jamison Chai^otte 

Rural Supervisors 

President — Margaret Hayes New Bern 

Yice-President — Blanche Penny Jackson 

Secretary — Margaret Gustin Beaufort 

Latin Teachers 

President — A. B. Combs Elizabeth City 

Yice-President — Iva Bardin Raleigh 

Secretary — Isabel Gulley Wilmington 

Vocational and Extension 

President — J. Warren Smith Winston-Salem 

Yice-President — G. W. Coggin Raleigh 

Secretary — G. H. Singleton Spring Hope 

Vocational Guidance 

President — Edward W. Boshart State College, Raleigh 

Yice-President — J. Warren Smith Winston-Salem 

Secretary — J. Warren Smith Winston-Salem 

History and Social Studies 

President — Gladys Boyington N. C. C. W., Greensboro 

Yice-President — E. C. Buckner Durham 

8ecreta7-y — Mary Sue Beam Raleigh 

Physical Education 

President — Guy B. Phillips Salisbury 

Yice-President — Harold D. Meyer Chapel Hill 

Secretary — Johnsie Henry Greensboro 

School L/ibrarians 

President — Mrs F. H. Koos Winston-Salem 

Yice-President — Frieda Heller Hendersonville 

Secretary — Flossie M. Foster High Point 



NORTH CAROLINA NEGRO TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 

Officers 

S. G. Atkins, President, Winston-Salem. 

W. S. Turner, Vice-President, Raleigh. 

F. J. Rogers, Secretary, Wilmington. 

J. W. Seabrook, Corresponding Secretary, Fayetteville. 

H. L. McCrorey, Treasurer, Charlotte. 

Executive Committee 

S. G. Atkins, ex officio C. F. Pope 

F. J. Rogers, ex officio Mrs. W. S. Turner / 

J. W. Seabrook, ex officio Mrs. C. H. Brown 

H. L. McCrorey, ex officio Mrs. A. W. Holland 

S. E. Duncan J. F. Gunn 

College Section 

W. S. Turner, Director. R. A. Thornton, Secretary. 

High School Section 

W. A. Robinson. Director. P. A. Vaughn, Secretary. 

I. Department of High School Teachers of English and History. 

Miss F. C. Clay, Chairman; Miss T. U. Davis, Secretary. 

II. Department of High School Teachers of Science and Mathematics. 

J. A. Tarpley, Chairman; Miss Ruth E. Lee, Secretary. 

III. Department of High School Teachers of Languages. 

P. A. Vaughn, Chairman; O. Faduma, Secretary. 

IV. Department of Accredited High School Principals. 

J. K. Hilyard, Chairman; S. D. Williams, Secretary. 

Teacher Training Section 

Hardy Liston. Director. T. S. Jackson. Secretary. 

Home Economics Section 
Mrs. D. I. Miller, Director. Miss D. B. Foster, Secretary. 

Rural and Elementary Section 

Mrs. A. W. Holland, Director. Mrs. Carrie L. Battle, Secretary. 

I. Grammar Grade Department. U. S. Reynolds, Chairman; Mrs. M. A. C. 

Holliday, Secretary. 

II. Primary Department. Mrs. Julia A. Williams, Chairman; Mrs. Carrie 

L. Battle, Secretary. 

III. Superiors Department. E. D. Mickle, Chairman; Miss M. Mclver, 

Secretary. 



EDUCATIONAL PERIODICALS 

THE NORTH CAROLINA TEACHER 

(State Teachers' Journal) 
Published by the North Carolina Education Association, Raleigh. 

THE NORTH CAROLINA HIGH SCHOOL JOLTINAL 

Published by the University of North Carolina, N. W. Walker, Editor, 

Chapel Hill. 

STATE SCHOOL FACTS 

Published semi-monthly by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 

Raleigh. 



CLASSIFICATION OF INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER 
LEARNING IN NORTH CAROLINA 

STATE INSTITUTIONS — WHITE 

Group A — Four- Year Standard Colleges: PostoflSce 

North Carolina College for Women Greensboro, N. C. 

J. I. FousT, President 

JoHX H. Cook. Professor of Education 
North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering, 

E. C. Brooks. President Raleigh, N. C. 
T. E. Browne. Professor of Education 

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, N. C. 

H. W. Chase. President 

N. W. Walker, Professor of Education 
Group B — Four- Year Colleges in Class B: (None) 
Group C — Standard Junior Colleges: (None) 
Group D — Credit for One Year's College Work: (None) 
Teachers' Colleges: 

East Carolina Teachers College Greenville, N. C. 

Robert H. Wright. President 
Standard Normal Schools: 

Appalachian State Normal School Boone, N. C. 

B. B. Dougherty, President 

Chapell Wilson. Professor of Education 

Cullowhee State Normal School .Cullowhee, N. C. 

H. T. Hl'nter. President 

C. H. Allen, Professor of Education 

East Carolina Teachers College (Two-Year-Course) Greenville, N. C. 

Robert H. Wright. President 

STATE INSTITUTIONS — COLORED 

Group A — Standard Four- Year Colleges: 

Agricultural and Technical College Greensboro, N. C. 

F. D. Bluford, President 

S. M. Brocerick. Professor of Education 
Group B — Four- Year Colleges in Class B: (None) 
Group C — Credit for Two Years College Work: (None) 
Group D — Credit for One Year's College Work: (None) 
Teachers' Colleges: 

Winston-Salem Teachers College Winston-Salem, N. C. 

S. G. Atkins, President 
Standard Normal Schools: 

Elizabeth City State Normal School Elizabeth City, N. C. 

P. W. Moore, President 
State Colored Normal School Fayetteville, N. C. 

E. E. Smith. President 
Winston-Salem Teachers College (Two-Year Course) .Winston-Salem, N. C. 

S. G. Atkins, President 
Unclassified Institutions: 

North Carolina College for Negroes Durham, N. C. 

J. E. Shepard. President 

Alphonso Elder, Professor of Education 

STATE INSTITUTIONS — INDIAN 

Cherokee Indian Normal School Pembroke, N. C. 

S. B. Smithet, Principal 

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DENOMINATIONAL, OR OTHER PRIVATE COLLEGES — WHITE 

Group A — Four- Year Standard Colleges: Postoffice 

Atlantic Christian College Wilson, N. C. 

H. S. HiLLEY, President 

F. F. Grim, Professor of Education 

Catawba College Salisbury, N. C. 

Elmer Hoke, President 

D. R. Haworth, Professor of Education. 
Chowan College Murfreesboro, N. C. 

W. B. Edwards, President 

Miss Newel Mason, Professor of Education 
Davidson College Davidson, N. C. 

W. J. Martin, President 

Frazer Hood, Professor of Education 
Duke University Durham, N. C. 

W. P. Few, President 

Holland Holton, Professor of Education 
Elon College Elon College, N. C. 

W. A. Harper, President 

O. W. Johnson, Professor of Education 
Flora Macdonald College Red Springs, N. C. 

C. G. Vardell, President 

Mart M. Conolt, Professor of Education 

Greensboro College for Women Greensboro, N. C. 

S. B. TuRRENTiNE, President 

D. F. Nicholson, Professor of Education 

Guilford College Guilford College, N. C. 

Raymond Binford, President 

L. L. Williams, Professor of Education 
Lenoir-Rhyne College Hickory, N. C. 

H. B. Schaeffer, President 

G. R. Patterson, Professor of Education 

Meredith College Raleigh, N. C. 

Charles E. Brewer, President 

H. J. Perry, Professor of Education 
Queens College Charlotte, N. C. 

W. H. Frazer, President 

Ethel Abernethy, Professor of Education 
Salem College Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Howard E. Rondthaler, President 

Eleanor B. Foreman, Professor of Education 
St. Genevieve of the Pines (Conditional until 1930) Asheville, N. C. 

Mother Albertine Foret, President 

Mother M. MacSwiney, Professor of Education 
Wake Forest College Wake Forest, N. C. 

F. P. Gaines, President 

D. B. Bryan, Professor of Education 

Group B — Four- Year Colleges in Class B: 

High Point College High Point, N. C. 

R. M. Andrews, President 

C. R. HiNSHEW, Professor of Education 

Group C — Standard Junior Colleges: 

Davenport College Lenoir, N. C. 

Wm. a. Jenkins, President 

Dorothy Rethlinshafer, Professor of Education 
Louisburg College Louisburg, N. C. 

A. W. Mohn, President 

E. L. Best, Professor of Education 

Mars Hill College Mars Hill, N. C. 

R. L. Moore, President 

P. C. Stringfield, Professor of Education 

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Group C — Standard Junior Colleges — Continued Postoffice 

Mitchell College Statesville, N. C. 

G. H. Elmore, President 

Miss Katherine E. Wilson, Professor of Education 
Peace Institute Raleigh, N. C. 

W. C. Pressly. President 

Miss Mabel Bacon, Professor of Education 
Pineland School for Girls Saleinburg, N. C. 

Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Jones, Presidents 

J. Vernon Baggett, Professor of Education 
St. Mary's School Raleigh, N. C. 

W. W. Way, President 
Weaver College Weaverville, N. C. 

C. H. Trowbridge, President 
Wingate Junior College Wingate, N. C. 

J. B. Huff. President 

W. 0. Kelly. Professor of Education 

Group D — Credit for One Year's College Work: (None) 

Standard Normal Schools: 

Asheville Normal and Associated Schools Asheville, N. C. 

John E. Calfee, President 

Unclassified Institutions: 

Belmont Abbey College Belmont, N. C. 

Rev. Stanislaus Bethel, President 
Campbell College Buie's Creek, N. C. 

Rev. J. A. Campbell, President 
Carolina New College Burnsville, N. C. 

Leroy F. Jackson, President 
Concordia College Conover, N. C. 

O. W. Kreinheder, President 
Montreat Normal School Montreat, N. C. 

Rev. R. C. Anderson, President 
Rutherford College Rutherford College, N. C. 

Rev. E. p. Billups. President 

DENOMINATIONAL OR OTHER PRIVATE COLLEGES — COLORED 
Group A — Four-Year Standard Colleges: 

Johnson C. Smith University Charlotte, N. C. 

H. L. McCrorey. President 

T. S. Jackson, Professor of Education 
Livingstone College Salisbury, N. C. 

W. J. Trent. President 

G. D. Wilson. Professor of Education 
Shaw University Raleigh, N. C. 

Joseph L. Peacock, President 

Brooks Dickens. Professor of Education 

Group B — Four- Year Colleges in Class B: (None) 
Group C — Credit for Two Years College Work: 

Bennett College for Women Greensboro, N. C. 

David D. Jones, President 

Miss Sidney E. Hughes, Professor of Education 
St. Augustine's School Raleigh, N. C. 

Edgar H. Goold, President 

Miss Sylvia Oswell. Professor of Education 
The Joseph Keasby Brick Junior College Bricks, N. C. 

W. H. HoLLowAY. Dean and Acting Head 

Ira Smith. Professor of Education 

Group D — Credit for One Year's College Work: (None) 

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Unclassified : 

Kittrell College Kittrell, N. C. 

George A. Edwards, President 

Miss Okellax N. Grant, Professor of Education 



LICENSED BUSINESS SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 

Charlotte School of Business, Charlotte. 
Gastonia Business College, Gastonia. 
Ives Business College, North Wilkesboro. 
Miss Price's Business College, Charlotte. 
Sanford Business College, Sanford. 
Motte Business College, Wilmington. 



TEACHER TRAINING DEPARTMENTS IN HIGH SCHOOLS 

H. S. Principal 
Countij School Instructor or Superintendent 

Ashe Grassy Creek Jonnie Gore G. H. Hatfield 

Grassy Creek, N. C. Grassy Creek 

Alexander Taylorsville Lucy Gaston Gilbert Craig 

Taylorsville, N. C. Taylorsville. N. C. 

Avery Crossnore Ada V. Womble C. R. Stroupe 

Crossnore, N. C. Crossnore, N. C. 

Carteret Atlantic Mabel Evans F. L. Stroupe 

Atlantic, N. C. Atlantic, N. C. 

Catawba Startown Pattie Dowell J. Loy Sox 

R. F. D., Newton, N. C. Newton, N. C. 
Chatham Pittsboro Berta Coltrane J. S. Waters 

Pittsboro, N. C. Pittsboro, N. C. 

Cleveland. . Shelby Mary M. Keller I. C. Griffin 

Shelby, N. C. Shelbv, N. C. 

Columbus Whiteville Eula Peterson G. 0. Rogers 

Whiteville, N. C. Whiteville, N. C. 

Davidson. . Churchland Mary Moyle W. C. Harward 

R. F. D., Linwood, N. C. Linv/ocd. R. F. D. 
Greene. . . . Snow Hill Clara Taylor R. W. Isley 

Snow Hill, N. C. Snow Hill, N. C. 

Harnett Lillington Frances Coleman B. D. Bunn 

Lillington, N. C. Lillington, N. C. 

Iredell Harmony Florence Holton W. T. Long 

Harmony, N. C. Harmonv, N. C. 

Macon Franklin Helen Burch G. L. Houk 

Franklin, N. C. Franklin, N. C. 

Mitchell Bakersville Mrs. A. E. Gouge J. R. Carr 

Bakersville, N. C. Bakersville, N. C. 

Moore Sand Hill Farm Life Meta Liles R. G. Hutcheson 

Vass, N. C. Vass, N. C. 

Rowan China Grove Maurie Simpson ) E. D. Johnson 

Virginia Porter J China Grove, N. C. 

China Grove, N. C. 
Rutherford Rutherfordton C. Frances Whitney B. L. Smith 

Rutherfordton, N. C. Rutherfordton 

Sampson Salemburg Lillian Nance R. R. Cusick 

Salemburg, N. C. Salemburg, N. C. 

Surry Dobson Mrs. Mary G. Scarborough E. R. Sheiton 

Dobson, N. C. Dobion, N. C. 

Wake Gary Louise N. Gill M. E. Dry 

Gary, N. C. Gary, N. C. 

Yancey . Burnsville Ferrell Bolton G. 0. Mudge 

Burnsville, N. C. Burnsville, N. C. 

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STATE CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS 

state Hospital at Raleigh Albert Anderson, Raleigh 

State Hospital at Morganton John McCampbell, Morganton 

State Hospital at Goldsboro W. C. Linville, Goldsboro 

Sanatorium for the Treatment of Tuberculosis P. P. McCain, Sanatorium 

North Carolina Orthopedic Hospital Robert B. Babington, Gastonia 

Oxford Orphanage R. L. Brown, Oxford 

N. C. Orphanage for the Colored Race Henry P. Cheatham, Oxford 

Soldiers Home W. T. Mangum, Raleigh 

Confederate Woman's Home Mrs. M. B. Beaman, Fayetteville 



STATE SCHOOLS FOR THE DEFICIENT AND DELINQUENT 

N. C. School for the White Blind and for the Colored Blind and 

Deaf G. E. Lineberrt, Raleigh 

North Carolina School for the Deaf E. McK. Goodwin, Morganton 

Stonewall Jackson Manual Training and Industrial 

School Charles E. Roger, Concord 

Caswell Training School Dr. W. H. Dixon. Kinston 

Eastern Carolina Ind. Training School for Boys. . S. E. Leonard, Rocky Mount 

Morrison Industrial School for Negro Boys Rev. L. L. Boyd, Hoffman 

State Home and Industrial School for Girls and 

Women Miss Agnes B. McNaughton, Samarcand 



COUNTY TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR NEGrROES 

County Superintendent Address 

Alamance J. F. Gunn Burlington 

Beaufort Wm. A. Keys Pantego 

Bertie C. G. White Powellsville 

Bladen Frank B. Moreland Clarkton 

Brunswick J. W. Barbour Southport 

Carteret L. R. Best Beaufort 

Cleveland T. K. Borders Shelby 

Columbus W. M. Reinhardt Whiteville 

Craven Nathan A. Cheek James City 

Davidson JBenj. A. Bianchi Lexington 

Duplin A. W. Williams Paison 

Gates T. S. Cooper Sunbury 

Greene Julian A. Prince Snow Hill 

Halifax E. H. Hubert Weldon 

Harnett W. D. Gay Dunn 

Hertford C. S. Brown Winton 

Hyde P. W. Mask Scranton 

Johnston A. J. Taylor Smithfield 

Lee W. B. Wicker Sanford 

Martin W. C. Chance Parmele 

Moore A. C. Pinckney Carthage 

Nash D. A. Thomas Nashville 

Northampton W. L. Greene Garysburg 

Orange B. L. Bozeman Chapel Hill 

Pamlico W. H. Patillo Bayboro 

Pender T. T. Ringer Rocky Point 

Perquimans I. S. Leece Winfall 

Person Charles J. Ford Roxboro 

Pitt J. G. W. Cox Grimesland 

Randolph E. E. Grant Asheboro 

Robeson R. B. Dean Maxton 

Sampson M. D. Coley Clinton 

Scotland Thos. P. Griffin Hasty 

Stanly J. M. Williams Albemarle 

Wake E. A. Cox Method 

Warren G. E. Cheek Wise 

Wilkes R. I. Boone Wilkesboro 

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PREPARATORY SCHOOLS AND PRINCIPALS 

Albemarle Normal and Industrial 

Institute (Girls) Katie B. Pridgen, Albemarle 

Asheville School (Male) Howard Bement, Asheville 

Bingham School (Male) Col. S. R. McKee, Asheville 

Blue Ridge School for Boys J. R. Sandifer, Hendersonville 

Boiling Springs High School (Mixed). J. D. Huggins, Shelby, R. F. D. 

Brevard Institute J. F. Winston, Brevard 

Elise High School Rev. R. A. McLeod, Hemp 

Farm School, Asheville H. S. Randolph, Asheville 

Fassifern School (Girls) J. R. Sevier, Hendersonville 

Fruitland Institute N. A. Melton, Hendersonville 

Glade Valley High School E. B. Eldridge, Glade Valley 

Lee School for Boys J. A. Peoples, Blue Ridge 

Lees McRae Institute Rev. Edgar Tufts, Banner Elk 

Montreal Normal School S. L. Woodward, Montreat 

Mountain View Institute S. J. Honeycutt, Hays 

Oak Ridge Institute (Male) T. E. Whitaker, Oak Ridge 

Pineland School for Girls, H. S Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Jones, Salemburg 

Sacred Heart Academy (Girls) Sister Mary Bride, Belmont 

St. Genevieve's Academy (Girls) Madame M. Monk, Asheville 

St. Mary's Academy Stanislaus Bethel, Belmont 

Sylva Collegiate Institute J. C. Hough, Sylva 

The Collegiate Institute (Male) G. F. McAlister, Mount Pleasant 

Valle Crucis Mission School Bishop Horner, Valle Crucis 

Washington Collegiate Institute M. 0. Fletcher, Washington 

Yadkin Mineral Springs Academy. .. Miss Nora P. Eddins, Palmerville 



ORPHANAGES 

Alexander Home Mrs. Fannie Sharp, Supt. Charlotte 

Alexander Schools W. E. Sweatt, Supt., Union Mills 

Appalachian School Miss Amy Burt, Director, Penland 

Baptist Orphanage Rev. M. L. Kesler, Supt., Thomasville 

tBuncombe Children's Home Miss Emma Donoho, Asheville 

Catholic Orphanage Rev. Geo. A. Woods, Supt., Nazareth 

♦Children's Home Society John J. Phoenix, Supt., Greensboro 

Christian Orphanage Chas. D. Johnson, Supt., Elon College 

Eleida Home Rev. L. B. Compton, Supt., Asheville 

Falcon Orphanage J. A. Culbreth, Supt., Falcon 

Freewill Baptist Orphanage C. G. Pope, Supt., Middlesex 

Grandfather Orphans Home Rev. J. W. Holcomb, Supt., Banner Elk 

Junior League Baby Home Mrs. E. T. Cansler, Charlotte 

Junior Order Orphanage W. M. Shuford, Supt., Lexington 

t Juvenile Relief Home Mrs. C. L. McKnight, Winston-Salem 

Kennedy Home R. H. Hough, Kinston 

Maxwell Training School J. E. Lancaster, Franklin 

Memorial Industrial School (Col.) . . . Rev. J. W. Poindexter, Winston-Salem 

Methodist Children's Home Rev. Chas. A. Wood, Winston-Salem 

Methodist Orphanage Rev. A. S. Barnes, Supt., Raleigh 

Methodist Protestant Children's Home. E. P. Allman, Supt., High Point 

Mountain Orphanage Herbert T. Deathridge, Supt. Black Mt. 

Nazareth Orphan's Home W. H. McNairy, Supt., Rockwell 

Odd Fellow's Home Charles H. Warren, Supt., Goldsboro 

Oxford Colored Orphanage Henry P. Cheatham, Supt., Oxford 

Oxford Orphanage R. L. Brown, Supt., Oxford 

Presbyterian Orphans Home Joseph B. Johnston, Barium Springs 

Pythian Home J. K. Knowles, Supt., Clayton 

St. Ann's Orphanage Sister M. Bride, Supt., Belmont 

South Mountain Industrial Institute. Miss Ora Hull, Supt., Bostic 

Thompson Orphanage Rev. W. H. Wheeler, Supt., Charlotte 

t Wright's Refuge Mrs. Octavia Evans, Durham 



*Child-placing institutions. jTemporary care institutions. 

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RURAL SCHOOL SUPERVISORS 

County Name Address 

Buncombe Mrs. Elizabeth Morriss Asheville 

Caldwell Miss Ethel Kelly Lenoir 

Carteret Miss Margaret Gustin Beaufort 

Craven Miss Margaret Hayes New Bern 

Davidson Miss Margaret Linker Lexington 

Durham Miss Matilda Michaels Durham 

Edgecombe Miss Helen L. Dunlap Tarboro 

Forsyth Miss Mabel Stamper Winston-Salem 

Gaston . Miss Carrie Glenn Gastonia 

Guilford Miss Nettie E. Brogdon Greensboro 

Halifax Miss Annie M. Cherry Roanoke Rapids 

Harnett Miss Gussie E. Dills Lillington 

Henderson Miss Ha Johnston Hendersonville 

Hertford Miss Mary Williams Winton 

Jackson Miss Tullye Borden Sylva 

Johnston Miss Mary Wells Smithfield 

Jones Miss Vera Keech Trenton 

Lee Miss Ruth Gunter Sanf ord 

Lenoir Miss Virginia James Kinston 

Mecklenburg Miss Eloise Rankin Charlotte 

Nash Miss Carrie Wilson Nashville 

Northampton Miss Blanche Penny Jacksort 

Orange Miss Mary Hyman Hillsboro 

Perquimans Miss Ida E. Seidell Hertford 

Pitt Miss Myrtle Brogdon Greenville 

Rockingham Miss Nancy 0. Devers Wentworth 

Rowan Miss Sue E. Reese Salisbury 

Wake Miss Anne Holdford Raleigh 

Wayne Miss Helen Wilson Goldsboro 

PRIVATE SCHOOLS FOR NEGROES 

Albion Academy J. A. Savage, Franklinton 

Allen Home School Miss Veda Stryker, Asheville 

Burgaw Colored High School C. F. Pope, Burgaw 

Christian College W. R. Collins, Franklinton 

Eastern N. C. Industrial Academy William Sutton, New Bern 

Henderson Institute J. A. Cotton, Henderson 

Immanuel Lutheran Academy and 

Theological Seminary H. Nau, Greensboro 

Kinston College L. E. Rasbury, Kinston 

Laurinburg Hi^h and Industrial 

Institute E. M. McDuffie, Laurinburg 

Lincoln Academy W. E. Ricks, Kings Mountain 

Mary Potter School G. C. Shaw, Oxford 

Palmer Memorial Institute Mrs. C. Hawkins Brown, Sedalia. 

Peabody Academy J. K. Hilyard, Troy 

Redstone Academy J. H. Haywood, Lumberton 

Scotia Seminary T. R. Lewis, Concord 

Thompson Institute W. H. Knuckles, Lumberton 

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SUPERINTENDENTS OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

County* Superintendent Address 

Alamance P. H. Fleming Burlington 

Anson Miss Mary Robinson Wadesboro 

Beaufort H. B. Searight Washington 

Brunswick D. E. Robinson Supply 

Buncombe A. W. Rhymer , Asheville 

Cabarrus D. Ray McEachern Concord 

Caldwell Miss Cathrine Greer Lenoir 

Carteret Mrs. Ida Hall ".Beaufort 

Catawba Mrs. C. V. Price Hickory 

Cherokee Miss Elizabeth Smith Murphy 

Cleveland J. B. Smith Shelby 

Craven Mrs. John D. Whitford New Bern 

Cumberland John A. Martin Fayetteville, R. 5 

Davidson J. C. Farabee Lexington, R. 3 

Davie Mrs. Queen Bess Kennon Mocksville 

Duplin H. Stewart Wallace 

Durham W. E. Stanley Durham 

Edgecombe Miss Sybil G. Fields Tarboro 

Forsyth A. W. Cline Winston-Salem 

Franklin E. C. Perry Louisburg 

Gaston Mrs. Gertrude Keller Gastonia 

Guilford Mrs. Blanche Carr Sterne Greensboro 

Halifax J. B. Hall Scotland Neck 

Harnett Mrs. Anna B. Lewis Lillington 

Haywood W. G. Byers Clyde 

Iredell W. W. Holland Statesville 

Jackson Thos. Barrett Sylva 

Johnston Mrs. D. J. Thurston Clayton 

Lee E. 0. McMahan Sanford 

Lenoir Rev. G. B. Hanrahan Kinston 

Lincoln T. W. Boring Lincolnton 

Macon Mrs. Eloise G. Franks Franklin 

McDowell R. V. McGimsey Marion 

Mecklenburg M. M. Grey Charlotte 

Moore Miss Lucile M. Eifort West End 

Nash Mrs. Mary A. Outterbridge Nashville 

New Hanover W. P. McGlaughon Wilmington 

Pasquotank Rev. A. H. Outlaw Elizabeth City 

Pitt K. T. Futrell Greenville 

Richmond 0. G. Reynolds Rockingham 

Robeson Miss Elizabeth Frye Red Springs 

Rockingham Miss Lona Glidwell Reidsville 

Rowan Mrs. Mary O. Linton Salisbury 

Rutherford R. E. Price Rutherfordton 

Sampson A. W. Daughtry Clinton 

Stanly Z. V. Moss Albemarle 

Surry I. F. Armfield Low Gap 

Union Miss Mary Covington Monroe 

Vance Mrs. W. B. Waddill Henderson 

Wake Mrs. T. W. Bickett Raleigh 

Warren ^ . Miss Lucy Leach Littleton 

Wayne R. H. Edwards Goldsboro 

Wilkes D. C. Sebastian Hays 

Wilson James T. Barnes '. . .Wilson 



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COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS; CHAIRMEN OF COUNTY 
BOARDS OF EDUCATION; COUNTY TREASURERS 

County Superintendent Chairman of Board Treasurer 

Alamance M. E. Yount C. P. Albright Mrs. Mary Purse 

Graham Graham Graham 

Alexander M. A. Stone A. C. Deal Merchants & Farmers 

Taylorsville Taylorsville Bank, Taylorsville 

Alleghany John M. Cheek M. A. Higgins W. Vance Blevins 

Sparta Ennice Sparta 

(Ex. Office: Elkin) 

Anson R. W. Allen Paul J. Kiker First National Bank 

Wadesboro Wadesboro Wadesboro 

Ashe J. O. Goodman J. W. Duncan J. W. Hampton 

Beaver Creek Beaver Creek Lansing 

(Ex. Office: West 
Jefferson) 

Avery R. T. Teague D. P. Bridges Citizens Bank 

Newland Newland Elk Park 

Beaufort H. H. McLean John B. Sparrow. . . E. R. Mixon 

Washington Washington Washington 

Bertie H. W. Early M. B. Gillam Jos. B. Cherry 

Windsor Windsor Windsor 

Bladen W. W. Woodhouse . . J. F. Council Bank of Elizabetht'n 

Elizabethtown Council Elizabethtown 

Brunswick . . . . B. R. Page F. E. Galloway W. R. Holmes 

Southport Bolivia Shallotte 

Buncombe. ... A. C. Reynolds Albert Teague T. H. Reeves 

Asheville Marshall, R. 1 Asheville 

Burke R. L. Patton W. I. Davis First National Bank 

Morganton Morganton Morganton 

Cabarrus S. G. Hawfield W. R. Odell Mrs. Margie McEach- 

Concord Concord ern White, Concord 

Caldwell J. W. Mcintosh W. J. Lenoir J. L. Suddreth 

Lenoir Lenoir Lenoir 

Camden L. L. Stevens J. W. Jones The First & Citizens 

Indiantown South Mills National Bank 

(Ex. Office: Camden) Elizabeth City 

Carteret J. H. Workman W. H. Taylor Beaufort B. & T. Co. 

Beaufort Beaufort Beaufort 

Caswell R. A. Sullivan N. J. Taylor A. L. Florence 

Yanceyville Blanch Yanceyville 

(Ex. Office: 
Danville, Va. ) 

Catawba J. A. Capps B. B. Blackwelder D. B. Gaither 

Newton Hickory Newton 

Chatham W. R. Thompson T. B. Bray G. W. Blair 

Pittsboro Pittsboro, R. 3 Pittsboro 

Cherokee A. L. Martin P. A. Mauney Bank of Murphy 

Murphy Kinsey Murphy 

Chowan R. H. Bachman Thos. W. Elliott W. H. Ward 

Edenton Edenton Edenton 

Clay Allen J. Bell Mack Weaver Ed. Kitchens 

Hayesville Hayesville Hayesville 

(Ex. Office: Murphy) 

Cleveland J. H. Grigg W. A. Ridenhour Mrs. Mary E. Yar- 

Shelby Kings Mountain borough, Shelby 

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County Superintendent Chairman of Board Treasurer 

Columbus C. C. Russ R. F. Covington Bank of Whiteville 

Whiteville Evergreen Whiteville 

Craven R. S. Proctor J. H. Parker Citizens B. & T. Co. 

New Bern New Bern New Bern 

Cumberland Ray Funderburk H. S. Averitt D. Gaster 

Fayetteville Fayetteville Fayetteville 

Currituck Maud C. Newbury . . W. H. Galop Bank of Currituck 

Currituck Jarvisburg Currituck 

(Ex. Ofc: Snowden) 
Dare E. W. Pearson S. A. Griffin A. C. Hassell 

Manteo Manteo Man tec 

Davidson S. G. Hasty 0. T. Davis Miss Mary Sink 

Lexington Linwood, R. 1 Lexington, R. 3 

Davie E. P. Bradley Peter W. Hairston . S. C. Stonestreet 

Mocksville Advance, R. 2 Mocksville 

Duplin B. C. Siske H. H. Carlton D. S. Williams 

Kenansville Warsaw Kenansville 

Durham L. H. Barbour J. D. Hamlin S. Bowling 

Durham Durham Durham 

Edgecombe. . . W. H. Pittman W. Stamps Howard Farmers B. & T. Co. 

Tarboro Tarboro Tarboro 

Forsyth T. H. Cash G. Miller Hinshaw Farmers Nat. Bank 

Winston-Salem Clemmons & Trust Co. 

Winston-Salem 

Franklin E. L. Best A. F. Johnson First National Bank 

Louisburg Louisburg Louisburg 

Gaston F. P. Hall S. N. Boyce C. C. Craig 

Gastonia Gastonia Gastonia 

Gates J. S. Moore E. A. Benton Bank of Gates 

Gatesville Trotville Gatesville 

Graham J. H. Moody S. P. Harwood Graham Co. Bank 

Robbinsville Robbinsville Robbinsville 

Granville J. F. Webb E. N. Clement First National Bank 

Oxford Oxford, R. 1 Oxford 

Greene H. G. Robertson J. E. Debnam H. T. Creech 

Snow Hill Snow Hill Snow Hill 

Guilford Thos. R. Foust Chas. H. Ireland . . G. H. McKinney 

Greensboro Greensboro Greensboro 

Halifax A. E. Akers T. M. Jenkins Norfleet S. Smith 

Roanoke Rapids Rosemary Scotland Neck 

Harnett B. P. Gentry Marvin Wade Bank of Lillington 

Lillington Dunn Lillington 

Haywood Wm. C. Allen W. T. Sharp P. V. Massey 

Waynesville Canton Waynesville 

Henderson. . . R. G. Anders John A. Hudgens. . . Cit. Nat. Bank 

Hendersonville Flat Rock Hendersonville 

Hertford J. R. Brown G. C. Picot Bank of Winton 

Winton Como Winton 

(Ex. Office: Cofield) 
Hoke W. P. Hawfield Jesse Gibson Herbert McKeithan 

Raeford Dundarrach Raeford 

Hyde G. M. Guthrie J. H. Swindell T. J. Mason 

Swan Quarter Swan Quarter Lake Landing 

(Ex. Of.: Belhaven) 
Iredell Celeste Henkel W. C. Wooten H. P. Van Hoy 

Statesville Statesville Statesville 

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County Sujjerintendent Chairman of Board Treasurer 

Jackson J. N. Wilson Thos. Barrett S. C. Cogdill 

Sylva Sylva Sylva 

Johnston H. B. Marrow W. G. Wilson J. R. Creech 

Smithfield Wilson's Mills Selma 

Jones Manly Fulcher A. C. Foscue Bank of Jones 

Trenton Maysville Trenton 

(Ex. Office: 
Pollocksville) 
Lee C. E. Teague J. C. Watson Page Trust Co. 

Sanford Jonesboro, R. 1 Sanford 

Lenoir E. E. Sams E. V. Webb I. M. Tull 

Kinston Kinston Kinston 

Lincoln J. N. Hauss T. J. James H. B. Camp 

Lincolnton Lincolnton Lincolnton 

Macon M. D. Billings S. H. Lyle C. L. Ingram 

Franklin Franklin Franklin 

Madison C. M. Blankenship. . . Wiley M. Roberts Bank of French Br'd 

Marshall Marshall & Citizens Bank 

Marshall 
Martin R. A. Pope K. B. Crawford C. D. Carstarphen 

Williamston Williamston Williamston 

McDowell N. F. Steppe T. W. Stacy Millard G. Poteat 

Marion Marion, R. Marion 

Mecklenburg. Frank A. Edmonson W. B. McClintock. . .J. W. Stinson 

Charlotte Charlotte Charlotte 

Mitchell J. A. Steele D. T. Fortner J. M. Gouge 

Bakersville Wing Bakersville 

(Ex. Of.: Toecane) 

Montgomery. J. S. Edwards W. B. Cochran C. C. Howell 

Troy Mt. Gilead Troy 

Moore A. B. Cameron John R. McQueen. . Bank of Pinehurst 

Carthage Lakeview Pinehurst 

Nash L. S. Inscoe F. V. Avent J. T. Taylor 

Nashville Whitakers Nashville 

New Hanover 0. A. Hamilton J. 0. Carr J. A. Orrell 

Wilmington Wilmington Wilmington 

Northampton. P. J. Long E. S. Bowers The Farmers Bank 

Jackson Jackson Woodland 

(Ex. Of.: Gumberry) 

Onslow H. Lee Thomas J. H. Amon Bank of Onslow 

Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville 

Orange R. H. Claytor S. Browning 3. T. Latta, Jr. 

Hillsboro West Durham, R. 1 Hillsboro 
Pamlico Hubert C. Banks S. M. Campen Eastern B. & T. Co. 

Baybpro Alliance Bayboro 

Pasquotank. . . M. P. Jennings J. M. LeRoy Savings B. & T. Co. 

Elizabeth City Elizabeth City Elizabeth City 

Pender T. T. Murphy T. J. Henry Bank of Pender 

Burgaw Rocky Point Burgaw 

Perquimans Edgar E. Bundy. . . . T. S. White J. L. Tucker 

Hertford Hertford Hertford 

Person B. I. Satterfield W. R. Wilkerson 3. B. Davis 

Roxboro Roxboro, R. 1 Roxboro 

Pitt. R. G. Fitzgerald W. H. Woolard A. T. Moore 

Greenville Greenville Greenville 

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County Superintendent Chairman of Board Treasurer 

Polk E. W. S. Cobb Miss Mae Irene W. Y. Wilkins 

Columbus Plentye Columbus 

(Ex. Office: Tryon) Tryon 
Randolph T. Fletcher Bulla . . . L. F. Ross Bank of Randolph 

Asheboro ^ ^ Asheboro Asheboro 

Richmond L. J. Bell . if . . .< . W. N. Everett, Jr. Farmers B. & T. Co. 

Rockingham Rockingham Rockingham 

Robeson J. R. Poole C. T. Pate The National Bank 

Lumberton Purvis of Lumberton 

Lumberton 
Rockingham. . J. H. Allen Eugene Irvin J. E. Smith 

Reidsville Reidsville Reidsville 

Rowan George Howard J. F. Hurley W. H. Crowder 

Salisbury Salisbury Salisbury 

Rutherford. . . Clyde A. Erwin Plato Gettys Mrs. Minnie Blanton 

Rutherfordton Hollis Rutherfordton 

Sampson D. V. Carter 0. B. Underwood Bank of Sampson 

Clinton Roseboro Clinton 

Scotland L. M. Peele W. N. McKenzie . . J. W. Odom 

Laurinburg Gibson Laurinburg 

Stanly Charles A. Reap A. P. Harris First National Bank 

Albemarle Albemarle Albemarle 

Stokes J. C. Carson H. H. Leake J. Frank Dunlap 

Germanton King Danbury 

Surry E. S. Hendren W. R. Badgett B. F. Folger 

Mt. Airy Pilot Mountain Dobson 

Swain N. E. Wright George H. Tabor. . . .W. W. Ashe 

Bryson City Bryson City Bryson City 

Transylvania. T. C. Henderson J. S. Broomfield. . . T. E. Patton, Jr. 

Brevard Brevard Pisgah Forest 

Tyrrell W. D. Cox W. S. Carawan Carolina B. & T. Co. 

Columbia Columbia Columbia 

Union Claude F. Gaddy L. E. Huggins First National Bank 

Monroe Marshville Monroe 

Vance E. M. Rollins M. H. Stone First National Bank 

Henderson Henderson Henderson 

Wake John C. Lockhart. . . . N. Y. Gulley J. Milton Mangum 

Raleigh Wake Forest Raleigh 

Warren J. Edward Allen Jesse Gardner Bank of Warren 

Warrenton Macon, R. Warrenton 

Washington. . James W. Norman. . . W. R. Hampton L. L. Hassell 

Plymouth Plymouth Roper 

Watauga Smith Hagaman W. F. Sherwood . . . , E. G. Greer 

Boone Sherwood Zionville 

(Ex. Office: Lenoir) 
Wayne J. T. Jerome J. E. Kelly Nat. Bk of Goldsboro 

Goldsboro Mt. Olive Goldsboro 

Wilkes C. C. Wright C. C. Faw T. M. Crysele 

Hunting Creek N. Wilkesboro Wilkesboro 

(Ex. Office: 
N. Wilkesboro) 
Wilson Charles L. Coon Doane Herring Branch B. & T. Co. 

Wilson Wilson Wilson 

Yadkin J. T. Reece M. V. Fleming Bank of Yadkin 

Yadkinville Boonville Yadkinville 

(Ex. Office: 
Crutchfield) 
Vancey L. C. McCurry J. A. Hannum I. F. McCurry 

Burnsville Ramseytown Burnsville 

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SUPERINTENDENTS AND TREASURERS OF SPECIA 
CHARTER SCHOOLS 

Address Superintendent Treasurer 

Aberdeen A. S. Ballard H. A. Page, Jr. 

Albemarle M. S. Beam -^ . ^.^. . M. A. Boger 

Andrews .Jr - 0. Allwi i^^.f f^HlVp. .Clyde H. Jarrett 

Asheboro R. J. Hilker E. R. Garner 

Ashevllle W. L. Brooker J. E. Gibson 

Ayden J. E. Sawyer A. T. Moore 

Beaufort Robt. L. Fritz, Jr W. L. Stancil 

Benson N. G. Woodlief First National Bank 

Bessemer City John H. Floyd Carl G. Carpenter 

Burlington C. C. Haworth J. P. Montgomery 

Canton A. J. Hutchins R. D. Coleman 

Carthage 0. B. Welch P. K. Kennedy 

Chapel Hill 5A 'v>U\>>V\/) R. A. Eubanks 

Charlotte H. P. Harding Charles Blackburn 

Cherryville Joe R. Nixon W. B. Rhj^ne 

Clinton M. R. Mahaffey Bank of Sampson 

Concord A. S. Webb B. E. Harris 

Davidson H. L. Elliott, Jr Dr. J. M. McConnell 

Dunn J. Shepard Bryan J. Shepard Bryan 

Durham P. M. Martin. . C. B. Alston 

East Bend H. B. Shore H. M. Wilhelm 

East Spencer R. Lee Trexler W. P. Harrison 

Edenton John A. Holmes W. H. Gardner 

Elizabeth City J. A. Jones C. H. Twiddy 

Elkin J. H. Allred Mrs. Marion Lillard 

Elm City F. T. Fugate K. B. Bailey 

Enfield Claude L. Ives Miss Mary Collins 

Fa r iaon .^ ■ TT , T Tt TT"" — T T r!i^>'""" _ 

Fayette ville Harry Howell David Gaster 

Franklinton G. B. Harris Citizens Bank 

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Fremont C. B. Thomas Cutlar Lee 

Gastonia W. P. Grier R. C. Patrick 

Gibson Harold F. Krauss W. N. McKenzie 

Glen Alpine W. T. Byrd J. B. Melton 

Goldsboro Ray Armstrong W. E. Stroud 

Graham W. A. Young W. A. Young 

Granite Falls Walter R. Schaff. ....... E. E. Moore 

Greensboro ^^YPTtrrB if^k Aj wjwmC ^^iW'J^ss Mattie Morgan 

Greenville J. H. Rose James C. Tyson 

Hamlet Frank L. Ashley S. O. Bauersfeld 

Haw River J. D. Barber Mrs. J. R. Aldridge 

Henderson E. M. Rollins First National Bank 

Hendersonville A. W. Honeycutt I. Curtis Arledge 

Hickory R. W. Carver R. W. Carver 

High Point T. Wingate Andrews Dr. D. A. Stanton 

Kings Mountain. . C. Grigg W. L. Plonk 

Kinston W. A. Graham Miss Carlotta Mewborn 



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Address SwDerintendent Treasurer 

Laurinburg ,«t-J5L— Eabb ^ T. J. Gill, Sr. 

Lenoir C. S. Warren ^ J. W. Whisnant 

Lexington J. H. Cowles S. A. DeLapp 

Lincolnton Wiley M. Pickens Dr. I. R. Self 

Louisburg W. R. Mills W. R. Mills 

Lucama A. B. Culbertson S. E. High 

Lumberlon W. B. Crumpton J. P. Russell 

Madison J. c. Lassiter J. 0. Ragsdale 

Marion C. W. E. Pittman J. E. Neal 

Maxton C. L. Green McKay McKinnon 

Mebane Joe P. Moore S. G. Morgan 

Mocksville E. C. Staton R. B. Sanford 

Monroe George W. Bradshaw Bank of Union 

Mooresville H. C. Miller Roy K. McNeely 

Morehead City H. L. Joslyn C. V. Webb 

Morganton W. F. Starnes J. S. Rogers 

Morven J. F. Lowrence . .^ .. JLG. Huntley 

Mount Airy JnsT- II. IIurctt #JV)f<y:y^ Poore 

Mount Olive J. Q. Bowman . . T. R. Thigpen 

Murphy Bryan W. Sipe J. D. Mallonee 

New Bern H. B. Smith A. L. Hibbard 

Newton W. S. Snipes G. A. Warlick, Jr. 

North Wilkesboro Horace Sisk S. L. Pardue 

Oxford C. G. Credle R. H. Lewis 

Pilot Mountain M. C. Campbell I. M. Gordon 

Plymouth L. H. Hubble UJeorge W. Hardison 

Raleigh H. F. Srygley ._\ M. Mangum 

Reidsville Jr-^I^-illfimiag^ /^U^^^T^ Winstead 

Roanoke Rapids E. J. Coltrane E. J. Coltrane 

Rockingham L. J. Bell Zeb. Gibson 

Rocky Mount R. M. Wilson R. C. Brake 

Roxboro G. C. Davidson E. G. Long 

Salisbury g. B. Phillips H. P. Brandis 

Sanford C. E. Teague W. P. Dyer p,^ 

Scotland Neck F. M. Tucker. . . . .^ .„ . . w^.Ray Boyette , , \^}y^ 

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Sharpsburg T. L. VGrnon ^^.,C/.Qr)a^. A. Bachelor 

Shelby I. c. Griffin J. S. McKnight 

Southern Pines Wm. F. Allen H. F. Burns 

Spencer F. R. Richardson B. L. Young 

Spring Hope J. E. McLean O. B. Baines 

Statesville R. M. Gray J. L. Milholland 

Tarboro William A. Mahler J. E. Morrisette 

Thomasville D. W. Maddox Miss Belva Harriss r 

Tryon ,•■■•■ -v W. A. Schilletter. .. ^ Mrs. W^F. Little cuf l/^t<l- 

Vassu^-^.a4A:i4Aj Wr-B-Mailhea^sJrW'VVr^^^J'-*^^^ 

Wadesboro J. H. Mclver . . .1} First National Bank 

Wake Forest H. P. Smith Citizens Bank 

Washington H. M. Roland W. Z. Lackland 

Weldon A. W. Oakes, Jr J. R. Crew 

Wilmington 0. A. Hamilton. . .J. A. Orrell 

Wilson Ghfti'ies-ijr-ecroTiVI'A^C.'^l^. E. Warren 

Winston-Salem R. H. Latham W. H. Holcomb 

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JEANES INDUSTRIAL SUPERVISING TEACHERS 

County Name and Address 

Alamance Mrs. Maude Harris Ivey Graham, 

Anson Miss Lelia A. Kelley "Wadesboro 

Bertie Mrs. Rachel Luton Windsor 

Catawba-Lincoln . . Miss Maude Mitchell 1316 Fifth Ave., Hickory- 
Caswell Mrs. Bertha N. Vincent Yancey ville 

Craven Mrs. Mary Sutton Wynn New Bern 

Cleveland Miss Violet C. Thomas Shelby^ 

Currituck Mrs. Rita V. Echols Currituck 

Cumberland Miss Anne E. Chestnutt Fayetteville 

Durham Mrs. Gertrude Taylor . . . N. C. College for Negroes, Durham 

Duplin Mrs. Mamie L. Turner Warsaw 

Edgecombe Mrs. Carrie L. Battle Tarboro 

Forsyth Miss Dollye B. Patterson. Ill N. Trade St., Winston-Salem 

Gaston Miss Martha L. Streater 117 N. Walnut St., Gastonia 

Greene Miss Viola Welch Snow Hill 

Guilford Miss Beatrice Beaumont 507 Gorrell St., Greensbora 

Halifax Miss Marie Mclver Weldon 

Harnett Mrs. Lucy Saunders Herring Box 161, Dunn, 

Hertford Mrs. Katie Hart Winton 

Hoke Mrs. Maggie Hester Red Springs 

Iredell Mrs. M. A. C. Holliday Statesville 

Johnston Mrs. Laura J. A. King Selma 

Mecklenburg Mrs. Nellie Bess Dykes 614 S. Alexander St., Charlotte 

Martin Mrs. Mary S. Gray Williamston 

Nash Mrs. C. F. Rich 517 W. Thomas St., Rocky Mount- 
New Hanover Mrs. S. A. Wilson 308 N. 6th St., Wilmington 

Northampton Miss Willie Mae Jeffries Box 171, Rich Square 

Pasquotank Miss Helen Escridge Normal School, Elizabeth City 

Person Mrs. Pearl H. Pittman Roxboro 

Perquimans Mrs. Zephyr B. Woodson 89 King St., Hertford 

Pitt G. R. Whitfield Greenville 

Robeson Miss Ethel Thompson Lumberton 

Rowan Mrs. Sujette L. Smith 916 W. Horah St., Salisbury 

Sampson Miss Ada G. Battle 106 McKoy St., Clinton 

Vance Mrs. L. B. Yancey Henderson 

Wake Mrs. P. L. Byrd 109 Idlewild Ave., Raleigh 

Wayne Mrs. Maude Kornegay Mount Olive 



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