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Lincoln School
1700 N. Locust
 
 
Lincoln School - 1700 N. Locust
- image from 4 School Postcard - postmarked 1912
 
Lincoln School - 1700 N. Locust
- photo Prosperous Pittsburg, Pictorially Portrayed - 1915
 
Lincoln School, also known as the North School (above), was built in 1899 at a cost of $25,000.
 
Lincoln School west side- 1700 N. Locust
- webmaster photo - 2009
 
In February of 1926, the citizens of Pittsburg voted $450,000 in bonds to build three new schools, one of them being a new $110,000 school building, designed by the C. A. Smith Architectural Firm from Kansas City, on the site of the old Lincoln School. The other schools built were Eugene Field and Lakeside.
 
Lincoln School north side- 1700 N. Locust
- webmaster photo - Sept. 29, 2009
 
Lincoln School closed in 1994 and was consolidated with Eugene Field School at a new elementary school, Meadowlark built on East Twenty-Third east of Rouse. Lincoln School was torn down in Sept/Oct 2009 due to neglect and supposed cost of renovation. (ie: we don't know what to do with it so lets just tear it down)
 
Lincoln School south side- 1700 N. Locust
- webmaster photo - Sept 29, 2009
 
Lincoln School right before being torn down in Sept/Oct 2009. Today the lot sits empty waiting for the city to decide what to do with it.
 
"Workers find time capsule at Lincoln School" The Morning Sun, 19 Nov 2009
 
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