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Our Daily Log

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Title

Our Daily Log

Description

This school assignment is by a student of Rosalind Andrews in Farmville, VA. It is a rare surviving example of work by pupils of the volunteer teachers of the Student Help Project during the summer of 1963.

Subject

Prince Edward County (Va.)
School integration--Massive resistance movement
Segregation in education

Creator

Scott, Brenda L.

Source

RosalindAndrewsCollection.Box1

Publisher

Queens College Department of Special Collections and Archives (New York, N.Y.)

Date

1963-08-05

Date Created

2010-11-08

Rights

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Format

2 Images
JPEG

Extent

55, 609 bytes
40,803 bytes

Language

English

Type

Text

Spatial Coverage

Farmville (Va.)

Text


Don't let no one
see this

Brenda L. Scott Aug. 5, 1963
Group D

Our Daily Log

It is hot.
It is 86°.
Today is a sunny day.
We look at our plants.
I saw two cats and three
dogs on the way to school
The Dog was fighting the cat
And the cat started to holler.
The do had bit the cat.
The cat was white and the
Dog was Black and brown.
_____
All About my Teacher
My teacher is very pretty
She have long hair.
And she can sing very good
And I wish she would not
go back to new York.
She is a very nice woman.
She wear very pretty clothes
I wish she was living down
here. So I could come to
see her. I hope you have
a happy married.



Original Format

Paper
Essay
8 x 10.5 (203 x 266 mm)

Citation

Scott, Brenda L., “Our Daily Log,” Queens College Civil Rights Archives, accessed May 29, 2022, http://archives.qc.cuny.edu/civilrights/items/show/88.

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