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Quogue’s first schoolhouse, built in 1822, is open to the public during the summer months.

Schoolhouse, left, on Quogue Street, ca. 1875; Gardiner house, right. Photo by George Bradford Brainerd, courtesy of the Brooklyn Museum.

Schoolhouse on the Posts’ property on Quogue Street, where it was used as a toolshed, 1900-1948.

Schoolhouse in 1949, when it was moved to its current location behind the Quogue Library.

Exhibit in the early days of the schoolhouse museum.

Schoolhouse, 2020, during renovation and in its new location on east side of library grounds.
Schoolhouse, 2020, during renovation and in its new location on east side of library grounds.