Norway High School

Photograph of Norway's new $40,000 high school in 1906. A large assembly hall, four recitation rooms and two laboratories were located on the upper floor. Four classrooms were reserved for the upper grades on the first floor, where the superintendent’s office, school library and studio and consultation rooms for music, drawing, domestic science and manual training were also located. The basement housed the manual training and domestic science departments. This school was totally destroyed by fire on August 28, 1912. The present Norway school complex is in the same location., Item also published with caption in: Dickinson County, Michigan : from earliest times through the Twenties / compiled and edited by William John Cummings. Iron Mountain, Mich. : Dickinson County Board of Commissioners, 1991. 432 p. : ill, maps, ports. ; 3
Abstract/Description: Photograph of Norway's new $40,000 high school in 1906. A large assembly hall, four recitation rooms and two laboratories were located on the upper floor. Four classrooms were reserved for the upper grades on the first floor, where the superintendent’s office, school library and studio and consultation rooms for music, drawing, domestic science and manual training were also located. The basement housed the manual training and domestic science departments. This school was totally destroyed by fire on August 28, 1912. The present Norway school complex is in the same location.
Subject(s): School buildings
Norway (Mich.)
Date Created: 1906