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Central School

This three-story brick building was constructed in 1877 after a school census indicated 858 pupils, age 6 through 21, in the school district and less than half were in school because there was no high school. Originally named Union School, it housed both grade school and high school students and was located on South Franklin Street. In 1930, high school students were moved to a new building at the corner of Walnut and Plum Streets. Renamed Central School, the community used the structure until 1956.

7.25"w x 7"h x 1"d wood silhouette.


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Dimensions7.25"w x 7"h x 1"d

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