Iowa Hill School


Iowa Hill School


Sepia-toned image of a group of students standing outside of a log building with a woman. The gabled building is made of squared off logs with double-hung, paned windows, and sits in an open field on a hilltop surrounded by trees. The children are arranged in two rows, one sitting and one standing. Most are grammar school age; the girls wear dresses and most of the boys are in suits. The teacher stands at the far left of the back row, and wears a dress with puffed sleeves and a high neck, and her hair is worn up towards the front and top of her head.
[Front] [white print] Iowa Hill School. Miss Pollock teacher [sic]. [black pen] Iowa Hill School. Miss Flora Pollock (Teacher). [Back] [pencil] L and A. P. [ink] Miss Flora Pollock Teacher [sic]. Mr. John Puvogel. Farmington, Wash. Co. Ore. John Puvogel, Farmington, Washington Co., Oregon. [pencil] Ted Wilkins

Date Created

circa 1890s


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