Last January, a student named Morgan Weyhrauch wrote to the Ledger asking for information about Landaff. She said:
“Since I go to school in Minnesota and can’t visit personally, would you be willing to print my letter in your paper so that your readers could write to me? I would really appreciate hearing from them. I chose Landaff, New Hampshire because I was doing some research about one room school houses, and I noticed that you may have one still in use in your town. The one I found is called Blue School. I am not sure if that is accurate or not, but if it is, I would love to learn more about its history and the purpose it serves today. In addition, I may end up doing another research-based project on the history of one-room school houses, so any information would be greatly appreciated! I would also be interested in learning about your school district as a whole.
In addition to the school system, I would also love to learn about life in general in the town of Landaff, New Hampshire. What is a typical day like for a person living in Landaff? Is there any interesting history from your town? What does the town look like, and how would you describe the environment? I would be interested in hearing from anyone who would like to share his or her stories.”
Morgan has now completed her project, and has produced the poster shown above and below to set out what she learned from Landaff folks who wrote to her.