National Register of Historic Places in Sonoma County

National Register #79000558: Geyserville Union School Photograph c1930 Courtesy Sonoma County Library Digital Collections
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National Register #79000558
Geyserville Union School
Geyserville Avenue and Schoolhouse Lane
Built 1921
Demolished 1994

From its completion in 1921 to its abandonment in the 1970s, Geyserville Union School was a major social, cultural, and educational center for Geyserville and the surrounding rural community. The building was the first poured concrete structure in Geyserville.

Architect Henry C. Smith's design, which combined Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival elements, was a break from the locally prevailing vernacular Victorian style. While numerous examples of these revival styles were built in Southern California, there are few examples in Geyserville.

Adapted from the NRHP submitted in 1979.

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