Friday, May 2, 2014


Built in 1916, and now called the William Donini School, it has served the citizens of Landisville NJ for almost 100 years.  My father attended school here from 1918 to 1923, and I followed, from 1944 to 1950.  It closed several years ago and now sits empty, in need of significant repairs.  The local historical society is hoping to raise funds to preserve the structure and have it placed on the National Register of Historic places.

The cupola was use by the local citizens to look for German war planes during the Second World War.  I've been told none were spotted.

The Landisville School  watercolor  9x28"

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