On the right is Former Students Association historian, Mrs. Pearl Day Bach. Her and another lady are dedicating a marker on the site where two Sarah K. Yancey Homes (dormitories for female students and staff) burned. The current (August 13, 1961) school and administration building they are standing by (library windows) was built by staff and students of bricks made and burned on campus Two women standing near a marker at the corner of a brick building (August 13, 1961)
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