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Sedalia School | by Douglas County History Research Center
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Sedalia School

ACCESSION NUMBER: 1992.001.0687.0015

 

PHOTOGRAPHER: Unknown

 

DESCRIPTION: Stone Sedalia school, built in 1891 looking south. An addition was built in 1912, which does not appear in the photograph. The building is on Rio Grande Avenue between Huxtable and Curtis Streets. The building is one story with a pitched roof and a chimney. A wooden vestibule is visible in front of the door (on the north side). Three windows on the west side of the building. A flagpole, windmill and water tower are visible on the east side of the building.

  

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Taken circa 1901