Unison-Bloomfield White

Paper Term Reports for Unison-Bloomfield White, Mercer District, 1924/25 to 1944/45 are in 6.3.2 Box 3.

Unison-Bloomfield Teacher’s Cottage:  Conveyed to the school system June 15, 1922 from Ada C. Williams and Virgil G. Williams.  See Liber 9 P’s, folio 35.  Property was improved by a one story frame house of five room and hall.  Property also had a good well of water. Sold on August 17, 1929 to Mrs. Dixie Gartrell. Contained 2 acres, 1 rood and 11 perches.  Bid was $625.  Source: EWP Archives 9.1 Yr 1929 Court House School Auctions.pdf

Undated photo, above provided by Beverly I Tate, Department of Planning Services, LCPS. 2017.

History of High School: Built in 1915, was an ordinary joisted, two story and basement frame stucco building, detached with metal roof, on stone foundation.  It contains six rooms and an auditorium or equivalent to eight class rooms.  The school was lit by electricity and heated with a low pressure steam heating plant and furnished with water.  It was also equipped with the usual plumbing fixtures necessary to the occupancy.  In 1940, it was in excellent condition and insured for $10,000.  Unfortunately, the school burned down in 1944.



History Lesson: The Unison-Bloomfield School,   Loudoun Now 8/18/17

School Days by Flora Hillman.  Contains Detailed history and

Old Adverts
1819.    Advertisement for old Unison Academy (white).  Not related to the public school; but provided because it took place in the same place

From Annual High School Reports found 13.2 Reports High School 1918-1928.

1927/28:  Chemistry will be taught next year in 3rd and 4th grades.  Hutton, Principal