I saw this cool looking building and from the architecture could tell that it was either an old school or church from the 1890-1910 date range and stopped to get some photos and video hoping I’d find out later what it was.
When I got home and started researching I found it that it is the old Scott School, built in 1890.
Some of the history of the site:
- 1847 – Log cabin for church, school and community.
- 1880 – Adobe school
- 1890 – Brick School – The Scott School
- Later it served as the seminary for Granite High School.
- 1950 – It became Pioneer Craft House and still is now (2020)
Also in the photo above you can see a Giant Sequoia next to the building.
Located at 3271 South 500 East in Salt Lake City, Utah
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Judith East said:
My grandma Minnie Lyle Morgan Birakes and her 12 brothers and sisters went to the Scott School. She was born in 1895.