Sunday, April 24, 2022

Monroe City One-room Schoolhouse, Valmeyer, Illinois.


The one-room Monroe City Schoolhouse that stood for nearly 100 years in Monroe City, Illinois, was moved to a new location in the new Valmeyer, Illinois (on the bluffs). 

The Monroe City School was built in 1918 and closed in 1955.
Monroe City School Postcard.




Property owner Melvin Allscheid donated the 1,200-square-foot schoolhouse to the Valmeyer Community Heritage Society. They moved the structure 10 miles from KK Road just east of Bluff Road to a new concrete foundation on a village-owned property at 321 South Cedar Bluff Drive and Empson Drive, just across the street from the current Valmeyer school campus, in April of 2011.

Today the one-room schoolhouse is home to the Valmeyer Community Heritage Society.

Compiled by Dr. Neil Gale, Ph.D.

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