The former Murphey School was next to downtown Raleigh's Historic Oakwood, this 1916 school is being used as apartments and it's auditorium as a performing arts theatre. As a public school, it was the testing ground for desegregation of Raleigh school system in 1961. It was integrated peacefully and the rest of the system soon followed.


443 N. Person Street, Raleigh NC

Add link here


Welcome to Raleigh, Y'allWelcome to the Raleigh LocalWiki!

This is a collaborative, community-driven effort to share the local info about Raleigh, North Carolina. You are invited to share what you know about the people, places and things in Raleigh - especially the weird, little enjoyable things.


Everyone in Raleigh can edit this website! Just click Edit at the top any page and jump in. Your contributions will help make Raleigh LocalWiki even more useful. Can't find a page on something? Make one! The power is at your fingertips. Visit the about page to get started or just browse around and enjoy. 


This article is in need of a Photo!
To add an image to this page, click "Edit" then click the "Image" button.