The Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Title:
The Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Grant Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Established in 1924 by the Alabama Society D.A.R. From a small two teacher school it has grown until today its campus embraces 238 acres, 120 in the School Farm. There are 24 buildings and a student body of 600. This school, owned and controlled by the Daughters of the American Revolution, represents an investment of approximately 3/4 million dollars.


The Kate Duncan Smith DAR School
Title:
The Kate Duncan Smith DAR School
Grant Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Was established in 1924 by the Alabama Society DAR from a small two teacher school. It has grown until today its campus embraces 238 acres, 120 in the School Farm. There are 24 buildings and a student body of 600. This school, owned and controlled by the Daughters of the American Revolution, represents an investment of approximately 3/4 million dollars.



Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Title:
Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Grant Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
The New York Faculty Cottage, a duplex apartment for young married teachers, was completed in 1961. It is informally and affectionately called "Cuff Cottage" by the New York Daughters in honor of Mrs. Frank B. Cuff, regent to the Empire State at the time the project was completed and Corresponding Secretary General, NSDAR, 1962-65.


Doris Pike White Auditorium-Gymnasium
Title:
Doris Pike White Auditorium-Gymnasium
Grant Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School. The largest project ever undertaken at the Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School was the Doris Pike White Auditorium-Gymnasium, named in honor of Mrs. Ashmead White, President General, N.S.D.A.R., 1959-62. This beautiful and functional structure was begun on October 24, 1960, completed the following summer, and dedicated by historical coincidence on October 24, 1961, by a very proud President General who called it "more beautiful than my fondest expectation" - this was an all states project costing approximately $128,000. The modern building of buff brick and beautiful native stone has 30 dome lights that provide ample light even on cloudy days. It has a regulation-size basketball court, ample space for physical education activities, a large, attractive stage, and a basketball seating capacity of approximately 1300



Cathedral Caverns
Title:
Cathedral Caverns
Grant Alabama (AL), Chrome unused


Pennsylvania Log Library, Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Title:
Pennsylvania Log Library, Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Grant Alabama (AL), Chrome unused

Description:
This building is the Pennsylvania Log Library, located at Grant, Alabama. It is the library of the Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School. With the exception of attractive windows and the use of nails, the building was constructed exactly as similar structures a hundred years before. This is one of Alabama's last "old-fashioned house raising" efforts



Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Title:
Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Grant Alabama (AL), Linen unused

Description:
the Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School, Grant, Alabama, was established in 1924 by the Alabama Society D.A.R. From a small two teacher school it has grown until today its campus embraces 225 acres, 120 in the School Farm. There are 18 buildings and a student body of more than 500. This school, owned and controlled by the Daughters of the American Revolution, represents an investment of approximately on-half million dollars


The Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Title:
The Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Grant Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1964 Nov-19

Description:
was established in 1924 by the Alabama Society D. A. R. From a small two teach school, it has grown until today its campus embraces 238 acres, 120 in the School Farm. There are 24 buildings and a student body of 600. This school, owned and controlled by the Daughters of the American Revolution, represents an investment of approximately 3/4 million dollars



The Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Title:
The Kate Duncan Smith D.A.R. School
Grant Alabama (AL), Chrome PM 1961 Jun-21

Description:
Established in 1924 by the Alabama Society D.A.R. From a small two teacher school it has grown until today its campus embraces 238 acres, 120 in the School Farm. There are 24 buildings and a student body of 600. This school, owned and controlled by the Daughters of the American Revolution, represents an investment of approximately 3/4 million dollars




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