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REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION OF NORTH CAROLINA, FOR THE YEAR 1869. - page 7 / 21

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        It has a vestibule 15×8½ feet from outside to outside. The windows are hung on sash cords and axle pulleys, for convenience in ventilating the room. There is a floor register placed under the stove for the admission of fresh air. The main room will take in the platform for teacher's desk and four rows of double desks, which will accommodate fifty pupils. A bookcase can be fixed between the doors at the lower end of the room, with lock and key, for safe keeping of books, stationery, &c. The vestibule is supplied with shelves and hat-pins or hooks, waterbench and washstand.

School House No. 2.

        House No. 2 is a frame house, 24×36 feet from outside to outside, 14 feet high to the square, with an arched ceiling.

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