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In the early 1900s, Dais and Hodge Gaither wrote to the Rosenwald Foundation for a grant to build a new school for black students in Davie County. The Julius Rosenwald Fund, seeking to improve opportunities and living conditions of African Americans and people of Jewish heritage in America, contributed to the construction of more than 5,000 rural schools for black children. The foundation financed the new local school building using its standard construction plan (Floor Plan No. 1).

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