The Bearcat: Forum of Students of Dunbar High

By: (Students of Dunbar High, Little Rock Arkansas)

Price: $150.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Good

Stapled, pale-green wraps with black titles. This is a copy of The Bearcat, a yearbook done by students at Dunbar High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. This copy has much wear and some staining/soiling, including an old dampstain that has left tidemarks on the covers and interior pages. The covers are still holding but are fragile. Overall this copy is in G condition. Dunbar High, named for poet, Paul Lawrence Dunbar, was a Rosenwald school built for African-American student in Little Rock. The school closed in 1955 with the beginning of integration at Central High and other schools. It is now on the Register of Historical Paces. This yearbook has all the usual yearbook features, class and individual photographs, Class Wills, Gossip and so on. This copy belonged to student, Yvonne Taylor, whose photo is marked "Me". Dunbar was the school from which the Little Rock Nine were selected to integrate Central High. This yearbook evokes that time just before the Civil Rights movement changed Little Rock and the nat

Title: The Bearcat: Forum of Students of Dunbar High

Author Name: (Students of Dunbar High, Little Rock Arkansas)

Categories: African - American,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Little Rock, Dunbar High School: 1943

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 16981

Keywords: African - American Black Negro Education Arkansas Little Rock