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Image from page 131 of “The teachers college quarterly [serial]” (1922)
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Title: The teachers college quarterly [serial]
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: East Carolina Teachers College
Subjects: East Carolina Teachers College East Carolina Teachers College
Publisher: Greenville, N.C. : Students and Faculty of East Carolina Teachers College
Contributing Library: University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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On Raleigh Playgrounds Raleigh Playgrounds Clarice Elias. Ye old-fashioned mothers, barken to meAnd a new generation then youll see— Bright, eyes, red cheeks, strong hands and arms,Gained on the playground where the child belongs. Let him run and jump, swing and play,Be a man in time, but a child in his day. It is pleasing to know that Raleigh is one of the first cities of theState to hear and heed this long-forgotten lesson. The child in school is taught to read, write, calculate, and to studyhistory, but is the teacher always mindful of the fact that while a childsmind is growing his body and morals should also develop ? All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, while all play and nowork is more harmful. A well balanced equation of these factors is thegoal of the Raleigh Playgrounds. Mr. L. Edward Lashman accepted the position as supervisor of theRaleigh playgrounds two years ago, and it was under his able guidancethat the first two grounds, the Centennial, and the Thompson, wer
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The Cupola, Bury St Edmunds 23-06-2012
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I took a walk into town this morning. Scaffolding has now been put up at the bottom front half of the building. They have made the cordoned off area larger. A grabber in Skinner Street at the rear of the building is removing timber from the area so they can get to the basement where there could still be hotspots. A firefighter dampens down the timbers as they are being removed to stop the spread of harmful dust in the air.
Will Cupola House be rebuilt?
Published on Friday 22 June 2012 07:00
So far there has been no word from OMC Investments Limited, the company that owns Cupola House.
A spokeswoman from St Edmundsbury Borough Council has warned that there were no guarantees that the 17th century Grade I listed building will be rebuilt. That is down to the owners and their insurers, time and money. Any repair will take months if not years.
For the 42 businesses affected, the last of these should be up and running by early next week. St Edmundsbury Borough Council said that nine businesses were being offered temporary premises to enable them to trade. The businesses will be expected to claim off their own insurance for loss of trade as well as any smoke damage to stock.
Sahara has relocated its stock to Cornhill Walk where it will be assessed to see what is fit for sale.
Jonathan Lloyd, from Hazells, said the seven residents evacuated from their flats could be allowed home in two weeks if an alternative fire escape can be used. Failing that it could take as long as six months. He also said the damage inside was minimal.
The fire service will remain on site into next week, until the fire in the basement is finally out.
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