I grew up in a small Ohio town, and I rode the school bus from 1st through 12th grades. My bus ride always included a country road on which every school day we saw a one-room brick school house. (SW corner of Stine Rd and Enon-Xenia Pike). As the years went by, I watched this wonderful, familiar friend fall apart. After I married, the school really began to deteriorate. Every time we visited the area I would want to take a photo of the school, but never did. Finally, when we went specifically for the task, the school was gone. It was a huge loss for me and, since that time, whenever we pass a one-room school, it is a joy to stop to take a picture or two. Thus, our collection here, and the one with schools in other states. Jill :oD

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Halley School, Nevada

This school is part of the Nevada Historical Society’s “Evergreen Lane” collection, located at 1204 H Ave.  The school was built in 1874 and was located southeast of Nevada.  It was closed after the 1944-1945 school year.  It was later moved to the 4-H fairgrounds before being moved to Evergreen Lane.
The following photos were shot through the windows, since the building was locked.

Photographed 10/8/15

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