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Lakeside School
709 S. College
 

 

Lakeside School - 709 S. College
- no postmark (c1907 - 1914)
 
Lakeside School - 709 S. College
- photo - Prosperous Pittsburg, Pictorially Portrayed - 1915
 
Lakeside School - 709 S. College
- photo - 1995
 
Lakeside School Wildcats Pennent
- circa 1970's
 
 
The images above are of the Lakeside School that was built in 1904 on the current site at 709 S. College. In February of 1926, the citizens of Pittsburg voted $450,000 in bonds to build three new schools, one of them being a new $295,000 building on the site of Lakeside School that would include both Lakeside Elementary and Lakeside Junior High. The new school was designed by the C. A. Smith Architectural Firm from Kansas City. In 1980, Lakeside Junior High was consolidated with Roosevelt Junior High in the old high school building at Fourteenth and Broadway as the Pittsburg Middle School, grades 6 to 8. The 1926 building was added onto in 2003 and is still houses Lakeside Elementary School. .
 
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