Mosherville School

The first school in Mosherville opened in 1847. It was followed by a frame schoolhouse in 1857-58 and then this schoolhouse in 1872. Built at a cost of $2800, the building originally had two rooms serving grades one through ten. As the town grew it became a an eight-grade school. The school closed in 1967 and is currently the home of the Ladies’ Aid Society.

The school is on North Street next to a church built in 1862. The church has held non-denominational services since 1947. Hope you enjoy the images from a bygone era.

The Entrance

The Entrance

Doorknob

Doorknob

Windows

Windows

Reclamation

Reclamation

Merry-Go-Round

Merry-Go-Round

Then and Now

Then and Now

Teeter-Totter and School

Teeter=Totter and School

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