This two-room school was built in the early 1920s. It served the community of Cisco until the 1950s when it consolidated with another local school. A history of Murray County schools is maintained by the Murray County Museum.
Completed in 1904, the Amity School is outside of Lincolntom, Georgia. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
The Whitworth School was built circa 1900.
This school is identified as the Vernon Johnson School on the Georgia Genealogy Trails, but I question if it is the school in the black-and-white photo below. The heights of the buildings are quite different. If it is the same building, when was the roofline dropped and how?
I’ve also seen the black-and-white image identified as the Clear Creek School, but I believe that was mislabeled.
What are your thoughts?
Edge Hill is a crossroads community in Glasscock County. I have yet to determine location of this Rosenwald school.
Gillis Springs is a small community in Treutlen County. I have yet to determine where this Rosenwald School was located.