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To teach business to young boys, John D. Hodges in 1894 established the college in a brick building on Cherry Hill Road, with 2,500 square feet, a pyramidal roof, and square bell tower. $36 paid for three months' tuition, room, and board. The business school closed in the early 1900s and the building turned into a boarding house. Now a private residence, the building represents Davie County on the National Historic Register (2000).

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