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DAISY ONE ROOM SCHOOL HOUSE

 

The Daisy one-room schoolhouse was slated to be demolished to make room for a planned housing development in January 2010.  Local architect Bruno Reich took it upon himself to save the structure. After numbering each board the building was taken down piece by piece, relocated and placed in storage while Mr. Reich looked for a place to rebuild it. That place was determined to be the Howard County Living Farm Heritage Museum. In late summer of 2013 all of the materials from the Daisy one-room schoolhouse that had been in storage for several years was relocated to the Museum where it awaits its reconstruction.

At the completion of this project the contents of our current one-room schoolhouse will be relocated into the Daisy one-room schoolhouse and our current schoolhouse will then become our little country church in the Wildwood. We are looking for stories and pictures from anyone and especially  anyone who may have attended the Daisy one-room schoolhouse. We are soliciting donations and contributions to help assist in the funding of this exciting project.

To make a Donation to support the Daisy One Room School House use the Donate button below

THE HOWARD COUNTY LIVING

FARM HERITAGE MUSEUM

 

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