|NRHP Reference # 92001121|
Added to NRHP 4 September 1992
|Architectural style American Craftsman|
|Location Co. Rd. 183, Durham, Arkansas|
MPS Public Schools in the Ozarks MPS
The Durham School was a historic schoolhouse on Durham Road (County Road 183) in Durham, Arkansas. It was a single-story Craftsman style stone structure, with a gable roof, and entrances at the opposite gable ends. Built in 1829, the school had three classrooms and space for a teacher's living quarters. It was used until the Durham school district was consolidated into that of Elkins in 1948. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. The building has since been destroyed by fire.