This school, which was built in two phases, is a two-story eight-room Colonial Revival building typical of the consolidated brick schools built in the early twentieth century. A central one-story porch shelters the two-leaf door. Four interior chimneys rise from the school's hipped roof. The building included grade and high school students until 1923 when the high school students moved to a new building. The school building closed in 1967.
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Old Middlebrook School
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