The items you are about to see were photographed in the Snodgrass One-room Schoolhouse and are typical of that era.
This photograph was taken upon entering the Snodgrass One-room Schoolhouse through the front door.
|The top photograph, taken from the front of the schoolroom, shows student desks to the left of the teacher.|
|The bottom photograph shows student desks to the right of the teacher. Note the arrow that points to the bell-ringing rope.|
|This is a close up photograph of student desks with books and ink wells.|
|Perhaps you know the poem about “The Monkeys and the Crocodile” from your early schooling. This book is one of many housed in the Snodgrass One-room Schoolhouse.|
|Notice the vibrant colors shown in this book housed in the Snodgrass One-room Schoolhouse. Considering the lack of technology available to students, this must have been an inviting learning tool.|
|This photograph is of a manual typewriter. Notice how few keys are used compared to today’s electric typewriters and computer keyboards.|
|This water cooler differs vastly from the ones you can purchase today.|
|This pot bellied stove helped keep teacher and students warm and comfortable, allowing them to maximize the learning environment.|