The Bond-Washington story: the education of Black People in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, as told by Lottie Offett Robinson. Lottie Offett Robinson.
The Bond-Washington story: the education of Black People in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, as told by Lottie Offett Robinson
The Bond-Washington story: the education of Black People in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, as told by Lottie Offett Robinson
The Bond-Washington story: the education of Black People in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, as told by Lottie Offett Robinson
The Bond-Washington story: the education of Black People in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, as told by Lottie Offett Robinson
The Bond-Washington story: the education of Black People in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, as told by Lottie Offett Robinson

The Bond-Washington story: the education of Black People in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, as told by Lottie Offett Robinson

[Elizabethtown]: Self-published by the author, 1983. Hardcover. 152p., 8.5x11.5 inches, memoriam for John Vernon Robinson, foreword, preface, genealogy, bibliography, illustrated with b&w photographs, tables, corner bumped and bottom of final pages dampstained, full-page inscription signed by the author dated 1994, leatherette and gilt illustrated boards, several addenda sheets laid-in.

History of the Bond-Washington School for African American students named for Dr. James Bond & Dr. Booker T. Washington self-published by an alumnus.

Cat.No: 185274

Price: $95.00