Aldie (white)

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New Aldie School, Photo (above) taken 1940.

An ordinary joisted, one story plus basement brick building with composition roof, on stone and concrete foundation, built in 1926.  This building contained five rooms and an auditorium.  It was lit by electricity and heated by a low pressure steam heating plant.  It was also furnished with water and equipped with the usual plumbing fixtures necessary to the occupancy.  The building was considered modern in 1940 and in excellent condition.  It was 76’x104′ and situated approximately 30 feet west of the old Aldie school and approximately 43 feet east of the frame Aldie shop.

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Old Aldie School, Photo (above) Taken 1940

A two story, frame building with metal roof on stone foundation, built in 1915.  This structure contains five rooms in 1940, an office and a basement.  It was lit by electricity and heated by a low pressure steam heating plant.  It was also furnished with water and the usual plumbing fixtures necessary to the occupancy.  The building was approximately 37′ x 52′ and in condition in 1940.  Is was situated approximately 30 feet to the east of the new Aldie brick school and insured for $7,000.

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Aldie Shop, Photo (above) taken 1940.

This was in 1940 a one story, frame building with metal roof, on concrete foundation.  It contained only one room, heated by a stove, the flue of which was of standard construction.  It was lit by electricity and approximately 31.5′ by 47.5′ and in excellent condition.  The structure was located approximately 43 feet west of the Aldie new school and insured in 1940 for $2,000.