526 E. Umstead St.
Claudia Roberts [Brown] et al., The Durham Architectural And Historic Inventory (1982).
Distinguished by the Art Moderne treatment of the stone surround of the main entrance and of the copper cornice, this is one of the most sophisticated designs for a public school building in Durham. Carr is credited with executing the design when he was manager of the Durham office of Northup and O’Brien. The school was built in the African American Stokesdale neighborhood and named in honor of a black businessman and educator.