This Studio deals in photographic prints of the St. Augustine Oldest Wood School House.
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St. Augustine Oldest Wood School House.
Photographic prints of the St. Augustine Oldest Wood School House.
Built during the first Spanish occupation, this early colonial building is constructed of red cedar and cypress joined by wooden pegs. The Schoolmaster and his wife lived upstairs, above the small classroom. Their kitchen was separated from the main building, because of the threat of fire and to spare the house of any excess heat during the long hot summers.