Registration, Black Mountain College, October 12, 1936

Registration, Black Mountain College, October 12, 1936 (4 pages)

John Andrew Rice Papers, Appalachian State University

Black Mountain College student evaluation by Francesca Livermore, ca. 1936

Black Mountain College student evaluation by Francesca Livermore, ca. 1936 (2 pages)

This student enjoyed life at the school, because it allowed her to feel a part of a community of “interesting and intelligent people.” The progressive learning style suited many of the students who had become disenchanted, as Rice had been, with conventional schools.

John Andrew Rice Papers, Appalachian State University

Anonymous Black Mountain College student evaluation, 1936

Anonymous Black Mountain College student evaluation, 1936

Unlike Francesca Livermore's opinion, this student had a more negative view of his or her class. The student affirms disgust towards the teacher’s imperialistic methods. Like students, Black Mountain College faculty also had freedom in their classrooms because of the school’s structure.

John Andrew Rice Papers, Appalachian State University

Notes about Equality among Students by John Andrew Rice, no date

Notes about Equality among Students by John Andrew Rice, no date

John Andrew Rice Papers, Appalachian State University