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Washington School
207 S. Locust
 

 

Washington School - 207 S. Locust
- postmarked 1908
Washington School - 207 S. Locust
Image from 4 School Postcard - postmarked 1912
 
Washington School - 207 S. Locust
- photo - Prosperous Pittsburg, Pictorially Portrayed - 1915
Washington School, also known as the South School, was built in 1887 at a cost of $15,000. It was a two-story brick structure with four classrooms. The second picture is of the same building after the third story was removed. This building was torn down in 1937 and replaced by the one-story brick building on the site today. The school was closed in 1956 and the students moved to the new George E. Nettles School at 1912 S. Homer. The 1937 building is still standing, but no longer used as a school.
 
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