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The Waterford school was constructed in 1865 by Welcome Farnum, mill owner. It was a two story wooden building on a raised granite block foundation. Shutters were at each of the six over six pane windows. A cupola on the roof held a bell to call children to school. The building consisted of four large classrooms.
From the collection of the Blackstone Historical Commission, Blackstone, Massachusetts
“Waterford School,” Digital Commonwealth , accessed March 8, 2014, http://digitalcommonwealth.org/items/show/117.