I had the distinct privilege and pleasure of spending some time shooting the Glover school this Wednesday.  As many of you know, the Glover was built in 1916 and houses grades 1-3.  The school’s boilers have reached end-of-life and I’m informed that parts are only available from demolitions of buildings of that age in this state.  The town of Marblehead voted down a debt override exclusion to allow this building to be rebuilt by a margin of 71 votes.  I hope that these images can shed some light on the current standing of the school.  While there is an immense history and character in the building, it shows its age in many of these shots.

This is the cafeteria where food is served to the children who then take their meals to their desks in the classroom.

Technical: Canon 50D and EF-S 10-22.  6 exposure bracket.

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