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Outhouses at Vine Hill School/Church - Wheelerville, MO
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member MountainWoods
N 36° 48.234 W 093° 36.368
15S E 445930 N 4073290
Quick Description: His and hers at a former one-room school and church in rural Barry County, Missouri
Location: Missouri, United States
Date Posted: 11/27/2014 11:20:09 AM
Waymark Code: WMMZ4H
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Thot
Views: 2

Long Description:
These outhouses are in good condition. (Fortunately -- 'nuff said.) They are made of native rock with mortar, and simple wood support roofs with corrugated sheet metal.
Why Is This Privy Here?:
Privided the necessary for the school children and church congregation.


Description:
There was an earlier wood-sided school/church building at this site, built some time after 1909 (since it is not in the 1909 plat map). The current native-stone-sided school/church building, used as a community center, was built in 1939 by the WPA, according to a sign on the front of the building. The privies may be from 1939, or they may have been from earlier.


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Inside photo provided.


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MountainWoods visited Outhouses at Vine Hill School/Church - Wheelerville, MO 11/26/2014 MountainWoods visited it