"On back of image: "Two ex, soldiers were enrolled in Pershing School. Randolph County, 1925. They couldn't write back to their people while in France because they had not had an opportunity to learn to read and write, but if they are ever away from home again they can write back; because they have learned to read and write in their little school 'Pershing.'"; two men dressed in uniform standing outside in front of steps leading to an entrance, they are holding up a sign with "Pershing" on it and it has a picture of a man on top with two United States flags crossing"
- Stewart, Cora Wilson, 1875-1958.
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