Milledgeville, Ga. 1947. pp., printed on rectos only. Illustrated. Original red textured wrappers, screw bound. Minor edge wear, a few short closed tears. Gift inscription to title leaf from the school's principal, otherwise clean internally. Very good. Item #3138
A humbly-produced yearbook for George Washington Carver High School, an African American segregated school in Jim Crow Georgia. The yearbook begins with a history of the school, followed by a dedication to George Washington Carver himself, an In Memoriam for two teachers, a note from Principal Ulysses Simpson Lane (who would later write a noted history of Southern University), listings of the administrative staff, individual listings and pictures of the senior class, group photographs of the underclassmen and women, group photos of the various sports teams, a remembrance of former Carver students who served in World War II, four pages of photocollage of students on campus, and a five-page advertising section for local Milledgeville businesses. The yearbook is illustrated throughout with photographic portraits of the school's namesake, administration, faculty, and student body. No copies reported in OCLC.