Historic Hood River
“Old Crapper School”
This image is labeled “Old Crapper School.” It’s interesting to see two additions to the building from the “as built” view of 1893. They’ve added a vestibule for the kids to take off their boots, and an entire classroom off the side.
This wood frame schoolhouse was replace about 1913 by a more modern building which was used as a school until 1969, then converted to a private home. You can read about the more modern schoolhouse in its National Register nomination form. I was surprised to learn it was designed by famous Portland architect Albert Sutton.