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The oldest building on the site, built in and facing on Marion Street, was torn down by USC because the cost of renovating that structure was prohibitive. University officials worked with representatives of Booker T. Washington High School alumni on the wording for a plaque erected on the block to commemorate the site's signficance as the first black high school in South Carolina.
Bricks from the building were used in paving the drive on the Horseshoe.
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Booker T. Washington c. He went on to become a revered black leader and founder of Tuskegee Institute. His autobiography, Up From Slavery, was translated into 18 languages.