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Scranton's Elementary Schools
Date: 4/29/2011 Album ID: 1236809
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A collection of images of Scranton's early elementary schools.
Students from Frances Willard School in West Scranton dash out from the front entrance after school. Butch Comegys/Staff PhotographerDate created: 06/03/2001
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JOHN AUDOBON SCHOOL, No. 42, Colfax Ave and Mulberry St. Times-Tribune ArchivesDate created: 12/27/2000
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Smoke billows from charred remains of Andrew Jackson (No. 17) School as fire fighters wet down the remains. Firemen were hampered by temperatures that dipped to a low of seven degrees. Times-Tribune Archives  Feb 8, 1977
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City firemen direct water on Andrew Jackson (No. 17) School as one of the walls collapses, sending a huge ball of flame into early morning sky. Times-Tribune Archives Feb. 8, 1977
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Students and faculty of the John F Kennedy School, South Scranton, conduct memorial service in honor of the late president for whom the city's newest elementary school was named, and the first school in the nation to be named in his honor following his assassination three years ago. Patrick J. McCabe, principal of the school, spoke briefly during the program which also included the raising of the flag, Pledge of Allegiance, the singing of America, and a moment of silent prayer. Holding the portrait of the late president is Dawn Shaw and Diana Shandra. Raising the flad are Joseph Hartnett and Scott Kimes. Times-Tribune Archives Nov. 22, 1966
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Roger Williams School, No.10, Prospect Ave and Beech St. Times-Tribune Archives
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James Garfield School, No.11, Pittson Ave and Breck St. Times-Tribune Archives
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Abraham Lincoln (No. 14) School at Academy St. and S. Hyde Park Ave., is one of four school slated to close. Times-Tribune Archives  Jan. 2, 1974
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Abraham Lincoln School, No. 14, South Hyde Park Ave and Academy St. Times-Tribune Archives
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Lafayette School, No. 16, Chestnut St opposite Lafayette St. Times-Tribune Archives
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Charles Sumner School, No. 18, Swetland St. and Sumner Ave. Times-Tribune Archives
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Tower of Charles Sumner (18) School, Swetland St. and North Sumner Ave, topples, climaxing demolition of building which was razed to clear the way for a new school. Times-Tribune Archives  August 25, 1966
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Charles Sumner School, No. 18, Swetland St and Sumner Ave. Times-Tribune Archives
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Alexander Hamiliton School, No. 19, Jackson St and Rebecca Ave. Times-Tribune Archives
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Patrick Henry School, No.23, West Market St. near Seneca. Times-Tribune Archives
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Thomas Jefferson (No. 25) School, School St. Times-Tribune Archives  Jan. 18, 1983
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Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (No. 28) School, Wyoming Ave near Green Ridge St. Times-Tribune Archives
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The former Martin Van Buren (No.31) School in West Scranton has been transformed from a decrepit, crumbling eyesore into a modern, nine-unit complex, thanks to the determination of two local developers. Left untouched for more than 10 years, the building now produces some $4,000 per year in tax revenues for the city. Times-Tribune Archives July 24, 1984
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