Peru NE: the school, 1917. 33p., printed texts with a single photograph on reasonably alkaline glazed paperstock; staplebound pamphlet paste-fastened into 8.5x5.5 inch textured gray wraps decorated and titled in dark green. Mild handling-soil to first several leaves, staples slightly rusted, the cover titling (dark green on dark gray) is nearly illegible, an okay copy. FYI, the sole photo is agreeably silly, a male student garbed as "The Spirit of the Place" faces camera deep in "Normal woods" and obviously wishes he were elsewhere; but he's preparing to be a teacher and must endure. Further FYI: the story of this teachers' school is "portrayed" from "a remote geological period," seguing into "Indian Life" and "Pioneer Settlement" and the dialogue was prepared by a committee.