First Presbyterian Day School, Durham, NC

Continuing my ongoing survey of Durham’s modern architecture. This is the First Presbyterian Day School (officially the Christian Education Building), which sits directly behind the church itself (seen at right in photo) at the corner of N. Roxboro and E. Main Streets. The rear wing of the existing church was demolished in 1963 and by 1964 the school had taken its place. A big thanks to Gary at Endangered Durham for his research, documentation and fantastic photo archive of all sorts of interesting Durham structures. Lots more on the church and school here.

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