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|Title:||Old building of Fair Street School when it was a school for African-Americans. The Board of Education voted to build new classrooms in 1951. In 1934 there were 431 Black students.|
Gainesville, ca. 1935. Fair Street School seen here when it was a school attended by black students. In 1951 additional rooms were built to accommodate the growing student population.
|Subjects:||Segregation in education--Georgia--Gainesville | Schools--Georgia--Gainesville | African Americans--Georgia--Gainesville | Architecture--Georgia--Gainesville | Education--Georgia--Gainesville | United States, Georgia, Hall County, Gainesville, 34.2978794, -83.8240663|
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