The Old School House
1908 one room school in Blount Co. Al. Palisades Park near Oneonta. This was in another part of the co. originally & moved here to the park back in the 1970's. Taken right before sunset, you can see a little of the "golden glow" on the side of the building at the back. View On Black
Little Red School House- I dream of a coop or educational community center in one of these darlings. So real and aesthetically wholesome compared to the cinder block warehouses that contain our local schools today.
Snowy Cabin Growing up I would see these broken down shacks or cabins in Texas that once was someones home. I saw so much potential in them and imagined the happiness and love that went along with the families that shared this space.
Country School: One Room One Nation
Country schools took rough-hewn pioneers and multilingual immigrants and transformed them into a literate and patriotic new nation. Whether personally, or through a parent or grandparent, the country school as an American architectural icon, is as imprinted on our perception of the nation’s early history as the log cabin and the general store. Stories told by former teachers and students are often nostalgic, but they are also dramatic, humorous, and heart-wrenching. Country School: One Room…