Individual U.S. School: Irwinville School, Georgia

Figure 1.--We are not sure what is happening here, but the children may be teturing to class after recess. The photiograph was taken in 1937.

We note some scenes from the Irwinville School, presumably in Irwinville, Georgia. We know very little about the school, but it looks to have been a primary school with a rural setting. It seems to have had a substantial building. One photograph from 1937 shows what looks like the children going back into class after a recess. The girls wear dtesses. Several of the boys wear overalls meaning that it was a rural school. We also notice what looks like a girls' gym class at the school for which the girls changed into rompers. We wonder if it may have been some kind of institutional facility.


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