Lassellsville School - 1923
No identification of students available.
Mr. Allen acknowledges that this is a work in progress and continues his research about the history of the Oppenheim school system. If you can contribute any information about Oppenheim schools, identify people in pictures or are willing to share any items or pictures, please contact:
Hector Allen, Oppenheim Historian, 6846 St. Hwy 20, Dolgeville, NY 13329.
A souvenir of Lassellsville School, District # 3, was presented to the students by their teacher, L. D. Brownell, June 17, 1898. D. G. Michael was trustee. Those attending were:
Charles Fical, Jr.
Daniel Denure, Jr.
Because James Dempster owned the land where the church and school house are located, it is assumed that he either gave or sold the land on which the school house was built. It is believed to be around one hundred years old. The fire department now occupies the school house.
Mr. L. D. Brownell was the Division Engineer for the Erie Canal of the Utica District for many years.
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