Elmendorf School (No. 22)

Elmendorf School (No. 22) - a county school location on Paris Pike, near the famed Elmendorf Farm (owned by James Ben Ali Haggin).  The school operated for roughly twenty years, from around 1900 to 1920.  The school was also known as the Alberti School  and Haggin School.

Alberti School, circa 1901   <1901>

Students in yard at Elmendorf School, circa 1910   <Faulconer>

Interior of Elmendorf School, with heating stove used for hot lunches, circa 1910   <Faulconer>

William M. Ambrose, Bluegrass Schools, Limestone Press, Lexington, 2012.

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