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Known as the Pitt County Female Institute 77 years ago and later
as a boarding school for both boys and girls, retaining simply the
name of Institute. It served the community as a hostelry, the
Horton Hotel, for many years.
The childhood home of the late Judge J. Loyd Horton. It has been
turned into an Apartment House. While recently remodeling her
apartment, the mother of the judge, Mrs. Dora H. Keel, discovered
; ?.< a portion of the old black board set in the wall.
fArmville high school
Farmville High School, erected in 1921 at a cost of $180,000, has proved an invaluable
and enduring factor in the life of the community.
Built in 1903, the Graded School was a forerunner of the Farmville High School.

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