CELEBRATING THE 25th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RESTORATION OF SUMNER MUSEUM SCHOOL ON NOVEMBER 10, 2011!

Built in 1872 and named after the abolitionist Charles Sumner, it was one of the first schools in the District for African-American children and the only museum/archive in D.C. dedicated to preserving the history of public education in the District. For details on the celebration and its contribution to D.C. past and present, click here 

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