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Livingstone College - Faculty Avenue

Monroe Street, formerly Statesville Road and College Avenue, was commonly known as “Faculty Avenue.” This area is part of the Livingstone College Historic District.  The first home pictured was that of James E. K. Aggrey, member of the faculty, and co-founder of Achimota College in Gold Coast, West Africa (Ghana).

The second house on the street belonged to Pinkney A. Stevenson, instructor of Industrial Arts at Ballard Hall.  His wife was a teacher at Lincoln School.  

The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, NY Buerbaum’s Bookstore Salisbury, NC. No series no.

For more information on James E. K. Aggrey:


Mr. Reginald Brown, in an interview on October 3, 2005

Rountree,  Louise Marie, compiler A Brief Chronological History of Black Salisbury-Rowan Salisbury, N.C.: the author, 1976

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