Geddes Town Hall School, Pittsfield Township, Washtenaw County, Michigan

Location: 42.24911, -83.62477, on West Circle Drive, Ypsilanti, MI.

Geddes Town Hall School is a wooden schoolhouse built on the Geddes farm at the corner of Morgan and Thomas Roads in 1895 for a cost of $677.50, replacing a brick building constructed in 1852. The school was in use until 1957 when it was closed. It was moved to Eastern Michigan University campus in 1987. It's a rectangular wood-frame structure with a single centered front door with a portico above it, and a window on either side of it. Each side of the schoolhouse has 3 windows. There is a small addition in the rear of the building.

    
Geddes Town Hall School, 1895-1957, in Washtenaw County, Michigan. Built for $677.50, moved to Eastern Michigan University campus in 1987.

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