Contributed by Abel J. Morneault Memorial Library
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The Governor Brann School, located on Route 1 about a mile south of Van Buren, was built in 1934.
The school closed in 1950s when it became part of SAD 24.
The building has been restored to its original condition -- except for a modern furnace -- with the original paint scheme, hard wood floors, and a "two holer".
The Town of Cyr Plantation (population 117) now uses the building for a polling station and for town meetings.
About This Item
- Title: Governor Brann School, Cyr Plantation
- Creator: Asam, Richard
- Creation Date: 2003-12-02
- Subject Date: 1934
- Town: Cyr Plantation
- County: Aroostook
- State: ME
- Media: Color digital photograph
- Dimensions: 12.8 cm x 17 cm
- Object Type: Image
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- One-room schools--Maine--Cyr plantation
- Governor Brann School (Cyr plantation, Me.)--Photographs
- Rural schools--Maine--Cyr plantation
For more information about this item, contact:Abel J. Morneault Memorial Library
303 Main Street, Van Buren, ME 04785
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