Governor Wolf Building + Penny Arch
Until the mid 1800's, Easton's children were taught at home or at church. Built in 1893, the Governor Wolf School building has elaborate brickwork, stained glass windows, a bell tower and a spiral staircase in the left tower. The stone entry, called Penny Arch, is topped by a marble globe of the world paid for by school children's pennies.
Easton, PA 4/26/2013
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