| less than one acre|
8 September 1988
| 34518 Reichert-Summerfield Rd,
Works Progress Administration
WPA Public Bldgs., Recreational Facilities and Cemetery Improvements in Southeastern Oklahoma, 1935-1943 TR
Oklahoma State Department of Education
Summerfield School (Oklahoma) Wikipedia
The Summerfield School, located off US 271 in Summerfield, Oklahoma, USA, was built in 1937 as a Works Progress Administration project. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
It is a single-story hipped-roof four-room 421 feet (128 m) by 72 feet (22 m) building built of native sandstone. Its design is from an Oklahoma State Dept. of Education pattern book.
It was deemed significant because its construction provided jobs, for providing a better learning environment for children, and for its architectural uniqueness within its community.