Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Pin It Weekly #80

Covered Bridge, White Mountains, NH, 1858

From my board titled "covered, bridge"

Covered bridge

Pennsylvanian covered bridge

Bean Blossom Covered bridge

Haying in the past.

Humpback Covered Bridge | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Moore covered bridge - 3 miles east of Glenwood on Hwy 70 - Montgomery Co., AR

Covered bridge

Covered Bridge

Covered bridge

In honor of school just having started: photos of one-room school houses and the things kept in them.

hand-printed, sepia toned photograph. printed in a darkroom, using a 4x5 negative, made from the original image. This photo shows teacher with her students, in front of a rustic, one room schoolhouse in the U.P. of Michigan.

Mill Creek, West Virginia.. one room schoolhouse

One Room Schoolhouse  Pretty little red one room school house. Beautiful Photograph taken by Amy Marie. Copyright Amy Marie.

Lovely Old Child's School Desk

Wisconsin One Room Schoolhouse | lonely one room school house in Winter in rural Augusta Wisconsin ...

Very nice, calming school room

old school bell

Wisconsin One Room Schoolhouse | one room school house spotted this one room school house near the ...

OAK HORNBOOK...Hornbooks were most often made of oak, the letters were covered with transparent horn and the whole fastened down with brass strips and tacks. Sometimes leather was used to cover the wood or hold down the letters. Wealthy children had hornbooks made of ivory or silver. Schools used hornbooks made of brass or lead. The text consisted of the alphabet or the alphabet and numbers, or all of the above with the Lord's Prayer. Battledores were made of cardboard and later replaced horn...

One room schoolhouse - Google Search

1926 Sears and Roebuck catalog titled, School Furniture and Supplies

CA - one of few remaining one-room schoolhouses

One-room School House in Michigan--man I bet it was a lot of work to be the only teacher in the school!

1 comment:

Kaja said...

You have some great boards Mary, thanks for sharing them. I always enjoy what you post and sometimes it sends me looking for similar stuff - very inspiring. This time I thought the wood of the bridges and the wooden school buildings echoed each other beautifully. :-)