Alexzena Irving Furgess was a student at Benson Elementary in the 1950s. The school building, now owned by USC, is 'suffering from benign neglect. People that have it now don’t have a history with it. They are not connected to it,' she said.
Alexzena Irving Furgess was a student at Benson Elementary in the 1950s. The school building, now owned by USC, is 'suffering from benign neglect. People that have it now don’t have a history with it. They are not connected to it,' she said.
Alexzena Irving Furgess was a student at Benson Elementary in the 1950s. The school building, now owned by USC, is 'suffering from benign neglect. People that have it now don’t have a history with it. They are not connected to it,' she said.

Segregation spurred S.C. school building spree

February 09, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED February 09, 2010 08:08 AM

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