Beverly, Mass., the Winslow School

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  • Beverly, Mass., the Winslow School
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  • The Mckay Elementary School, 131 McKay Street. Although originally intended to be called the Winslow School, after Sidney Winslow, the owner of the United Shoe Machinery Corporation, the school was named McKay School. The school, designed by the firm of Cooper & Bailey, was completed in May 1907. The third floor was later taken off the building.
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  • Portland, Maine : Hugh C. Leighton Co.

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“Beverly, Mass., the Winslow School,” Beverly Public Library, Beverly, Mass., accessed October 17, 2019, https://digitalheritage.noblenet.org/beverly/items/show/1656.

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