Sepia-toned image of a two-story Queen Anne style building with a large group of children in the foreground. The children are arranged on a grassy yard in rows of younger students seated on boards, then some kneeling, then the oldest students standing in the rear of the group. Several adults stand at the ends of the back rows and amongst the standing students. The gabled building has large steps leading up a cantilevered central entrance section, featuring a double door with a pediment. This section is topped by a large, square, open bell tower with a balustrade and a ladder up to the bell itself. Paned, double-hung windows are closely spaced along each side, and two chimneys are visible on the roof.
[Back] [pen] Hillsboro school later David Hill [sic]. Oak St. Built 1889. Brought in Jan. 15, 1960 by Mr. D. H. Ledford, [address redacted], Hillsboro, Oregon
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