This unassuming one-room schoolhouse is of significance primarily as the scene of Presi dent Lyndon B. Johnson's earliest education in 1912. Built as a rural school by the Fredericksburg Independent School District, the structure is clad in pressed-metal siding designed to imitate rock-faced stone, an interesting pretense for so small a building. The school remained in use until 1947 and was acquired by the National Park Service in 1973.
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