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Noxubee Industrial School Catalog

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1917-1918 catalog of the Noxubee Industrial School, founded in 1898 by S.J. Hunter, father of Sadye H. Wier. The school was located in McLeod, Mississippi.Personal papers, correspondence, business records, clippings, photographs, extensive scrapbooks, oral histories, literary manuscripts, reminiscences and other materials concerning Robert Wier (1886-1974) and his wife Sadye Hunter Wier. Robert Wier, who operated and owned the City Barber Shop in Starkville, was the first and only black to have a business on Main Street.h Cdtulogue OF THE NOXUBEE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL MOLLISON HALL I McLEOD, MISSISSIPPI Eight m i b can of MACON. MISSISSIPPI 19171918 zoTH YEAR CATALOGUE OF THE McLEOD, MISSISSIPPI Eight miles east of Macon, Miss. Incorporated 1899 (Non Sectarian) Nearest Railroad Mobile & Ohio, Macon, Miss. !MOTTO: ""Moral excellence is the bright, consumate flower. of all progress.""- Chas. Sumner T h e Hope of the American Negro : ""The ability to do things as well as to know things.""- Hunter S . J. HUNTER, Founder The School is under the supervision of a Boartl of h~lanagement, and tlie Superintentlent of Public Instruction. Local Board MR. WYATT JONES, M. Macon, Miss. Cotton Broker HON. A. T. DENT,Macon, Miss. Lnrryei. PROF. R.JACKSOX, J. Macon, Miss. L. V. HUKTER, Macon, Miss. Pri~zcipal J. G. CIIANDLER, Macon, Miss. Szlperinte?zde~zt Public S c l ~ o o l ~ J. H. HUNTER, Macon, Miss. Secretary n~zdTreastrrer &isory Board Judge J. S Tuthill. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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