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  • Subject contains "Elementary school buildings"

Description: Washington Elementary School, 415 Rantoul Street, renamed Washington-Beadle school in memory of Principal Thomas Beadle. The building was built in 1910, closed in 1996 and demolished in 1997.

Description: The Prospect Elementary School, Pickett Street at the corner of Odell Avenue. The school has been demolished.

Description: 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…[More]

Description: "Washington School. Built in 1868. Torn down 1910? Replaced by the present building." Located at 54 Elliott Street and the corner of Rantoul Street.

Description: St. Mary's School, 13 Chapman Street. The building opened September 11, 1925.

Description: Hardie Elementary School, 23 Essex Street, later rented to North Shore Community College. It was rented to Montserrat College in 1993 and then sold to them in 1999. The school was named after Samuel…[More]

Description: Hardie Elementary School, 23 Essex Street, later rented to North Shore Community College. It was rented to Montserrat College in 1993 and then sold to them in 1999. The school was named after Samuel…[More]

Description: Hardie Elementary School, 23 Essex Street, later rented to North Shore Community College. It was rented to Montserrat College in 1993 and then sold to them in 1999. The school was named after Samuel…[More]

Description: Hardie Elementary School, 23 Essex Street, later rented to North Shore Community College. It was rented to Montserrat College in 1993 and then sold to them in 1999. The school was named after Samuel…[More]

Description: South School, Stone Street at South Street. The school was opened in 1885. It was built to replace the school that burned down December 23, 1884.

Description: Abraham Edwards Elementary School, 45 Rantoul Street. The school was named for Abraham Edwards, who donated the land on which it stands. The school was dedicated October 19, 1913. The architect…[More]

Description: Cove Elementary School, Hale Street at Cross Street. The school was closed in February 1958 when the new Cove School was opened on Eisenhower Avenue.

Date: 03-1978 to 05-1987
Description: Abraham Edwards Elementary School, 45 Rantoul Street. The school was named for Abraham Edwards, who donated the land on which it stands. The school was dedicated October 19, 1913. The architect was…[More]

Date: [1987]
Description: Abraham Edwards Elementary School, 45 Rantoul Street. Dr. Francesca Gallucio-Steele, principal, presenting Mayor F. John Monahan a plaque of appreciation at the playground dedication ceremony,…

Description: Dodge's Row School, 250 Dodge Street. The building was built in 1889 and burned October 5, 1905. The students were transferred to the Bass River School on Conant Street.

Description: Beverly Farms Elementary School, corner of Webster Avenue and Haskell Street. The school was closed in the 1970's and converted to condominiums.

Description: Bass River Elementary School, 34 Conant Street. The building was replaced by a brick school building (renamed Charles S. Brown School in 1922 after its late principal) which was later closed and the…[More]

Description: Bass River Elementary School, 34 Conant Street. The building was replaced by a brick school building (renamed Charles S. Brown School in 1922 after its late principal) which was later closed and the…[More]

Description: Bass River Elementary School, 34 Conant Street, Beverly, Mass. The building was designed by John Ashton. It was renamed Charles S. Brown School in 1922 after its late principal. The school was later…[More]

Description: Bass River Elementary School, 34 Conant Street. The building was replaced by a brick school building (renamed Charles S. Brown School in 1922 after its late principal) which was later closed and the…[More]