April 3, 2018

The Old Harmony Hollow School, Warren County.


Sharing with Tuesday Treasures and Wordless Wednesday on Tuesday.

8 comments:

  1. ...one room schoolhouses haven't changed much over time. The Amish build similar school today. Thanks Linda for sharing, enjoy your day.

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  2. I love the names of back country roads - they are often enchanting.
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  3. We don't have "hollows" here in Minnesota. It must be due to our staid North European ancestry...:)

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  4. Not that different from the old one room schoolhouses here.

    The only spot I can think of here that went by the name hollow was a river valley in the area near where I grew up.

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    1. Yes, a hollow is a valley, or sometimes just a ravine. Farther back in the mountains it's called a holler.

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  5. Neat picture. I visited a one room school house once. Everything inside was kept as it would have looked when it was first built and used. It was quite interesting.

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  6. Nice to see it is still standing.

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  7. I went to a small school like this! You have wonderful photos and it is very uplifting to come to see your blog. Thanks so much for being a friend to me and my blog and thanks for your comments on my blog. I try to do a few comments back each day but I am far behind!

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