1903 private laws – Ch. 106 Sec. 9

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CHAPTER 106 AN ACT TO ESTABLISH A GRADED SCHOOL IN THE TOWN OF GREENVILLE. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:

That if the trustees of the graded schools shall deem the ground on whicn Pitt Academy is now located a suitable place for the location of the graded school for the white race, then said school may be located thereon with the consent of the trustees of the said academy; but if the trustees of the graded schools shall deem some other location more suitable, then the Board of Trustees of Pitt Academy as herein constituted may, if they shall deem it advisable to do so, sell said academy and all the lands belonging thereto in such manner and on such terms as they may deem best, make good title to the purchaser and invest the proceeds of such sale in the purchase of the location and in the erection of buildings for the graded school for the white race.

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