The Hope Rosenwald School was built in ca. 1926. The school was named for James Haskell Hope, the South Carolina Superintendent of Education from 1922 to 1945, because he sold more than 2 acres of his land for the “gift-like’ price of $5 to the Trustees of School District No. 60 for Newberry County, South Carolina in 1925

The Hope Rosenwald School was built in ca. 1926. The school was named for James Haskell Hope, the South Carolina Superintendent of Education from 1922 to 1945, because he sold more than 2 acres of his land for the “gift-like’ price of $5 to the Trustees of School District No. 60 for Newberry County, South Carolina in 1925

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