I think I saw this picture once at a historical society slideshow, but it's great to see it up close. Thanks for sharing!
1918 sounds about right. Colby Ring had a couple of sons of about the right age to be the other two boys on the left, and I believe they were living on Rowe Hill around this time. Franz Martin might be able to help with the identifications, as they would have been his uncles.
The school itself was built in 1910, replacing an older building that supposedly had been in service for some 75 years. The town sold the building in 1941. My father says that (according to Bernard Brooks) it was bought by Galen Curtis and moved to the lower Patch Mountain Road.
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