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Living - April 11, 2008

Presenting the Past? The Tassajara School

by Beverly Lane

If buildings could talk, today's small Tassajara School House would recount children reciting lessons, ciphering and singing in a classic one-room school from 1889 to 1946. It is the only 19th century school still standing in the valley and is a popular spot for artists, photographers and picnickers.

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Beverly Lane, a longtime Danville resident, is curator of the Museum of the San Ramon Valley and co-author of "San Ramon Valley: Alamo, Danville, and San Ramon."


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