Beautiful [1938 pictures] reveal what school was like in Lake Dick, Arkansas

Many children lived in the New Deal, Lake Dick Project in Arkansas in 1938 and new schools were built for them as can be seen in the photographs below

Lake Dick Agricultural High School by photographer Russell Lee Oct. 1938Lake Dick Agricultural High School by photographer Russell Lee Oct. 1938

Lake Dick School House also doubled as a Community Center, photographer Russell Lee Oct. 1938

Lake Dick School House also doubled as a Community Center, photographer Russell Lee Oct. 1938

Principal of the school is talking to a teacher at Lake Dick school in photo belowprincipal talks to teacher at lake dick oct. 1938

A Teacher at Lake Dick is helping a student

Teacher at Lake Dick helping a student

Schoolchildren at Lake Dick

schoolchildren at lake dick

Reciting a lesson at Lake Dick School 1938 by photographer Russell LeeReciting a lesson at Lake Dick School 1938 by photographer Russell Lee

Reciting a lesson at Lake Dick School2 1938 by photographer Russell Lee

Lunch is prepared for the school children at Lake Dick Oct 1938Lunch is prepared for the school children at Lake Dick Oct 1938

Kindergarten children also received lessons at the schoolKindergarten children also received lessons at the school

School Children giving thanks before lunchSchool Children giving thanks before lunch

Kindergarten children eating lunch at the schoolKindergarten children eating lunch at the schoolKindergarten children eating lunch at the school2Kindergarten children eating lunch at the school3

 

Kindergarten children also at play at the schoolKindergarten children also at play at the school

Students practicing letters on the blackboardStudents practicing letters on the blackboard

Naptime for young school childrenNaptime for some school children

School Child having fun learningSchool Child having fun

 

School children readingSchool children reading

 

 

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