Murphey School

Designed by architect James M. Kennedy, this three-story classically inspired brick building is the oldest standing public school building in Raleigh and one of the few remaining examples of this academic style. Murphey School played a significant role in the history of the civil rights movement when it became the site of the first public school integration in Raleigh on September 6, 1960.

Date: 1916

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433 North Person Street