Georgia's Places in Peril, 2014: The Chauncey School
Photo by: Halston Pitman

Georgia's Places in Peril, 2014: The Chauncey School

Located in Dodge County, the Chauncey School was the first school in the state built with bond money on a budget of $10,000. Built in 1914, the school featured six classrooms, a science laboratory and an auditorium. It contains numerous details common to early twentieth century architecture such as pressed tin ceilings, elaborate moldings and glass doorknobs.

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