The 1926 Winoca, the yearbook of Wilson High School:
This ad, placed by William Hines Barber Shop, is the sole evidence that there were any black people at all in Wilson.
[In the 1920s and early ’30s, Wilson’s two high schools were Wilson High School and Wilson Colored High School. By the end of the latter decade, they were Charles L. Coon High School — named for the teacher-slapping superintendent who spurred a school boycott by black parents — and Charles H. Darden High School.]
Yearbook courtesy of Wilson County Public Library.