Difference between revisions of "Salem schools of the past"

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*Postcard image courtesy '''CardCow.com''' (State Normal School on corner, High School next bldg.)
 
*Postcard image courtesy '''CardCow.com''' (State Normal School on corner, High School next bldg.)
  
*[http://innopac.noblenet.org/record=b1910147~S24 Salem Vintage Postcards] ed. by C. R. Mathias, p. 49-51
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*[http://evergreen.noblenet.org/eg/opac/record/1910147?locg=63 Salem Vintage Postcards] ed. by C. R. Mathias, p. 49-51
  
 
*Vertical File - '''Sheridan, Philip B.'''
 
*Vertical File - '''Sheridan, Philip B.'''
  
*[http://innopac.noblenet.org/search?/Xsalem+vocational+high+school&SORT=D&searchscope=24/Xsalem+vocational+high+school&SORT=D&searchscope=24&SUBKEY=salem%20vocational%20high%20school/1%2C2%2C2%2CB/frameset&FF=Xsalem+vocational+high+school&SORT=D&searchscope=24&1%2C1%2C Salem Vocational High School, 5 Broad St.] 50th Anniversary Pamphlet
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*[http://evergreen.noblenet.org/eg/opac/record/2061864?locg=63 Salem Vocational High School, 5 Broad St.] 50th Anniversary Pamphlet
  
 
*"Lt. Philip B. Sheridan School Dedicated in Impressive Service"''Salem Evening News'', Oct. 6 1930, p. 1
 
*"Lt. Philip B. Sheridan School Dedicated in Impressive Service"''Salem Evening News'', Oct. 6 1930, p. 1
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*"Prescott Primary School was named for blind writer" Salem Evening News, Feb. 14, 1929, p.?
 
*"Prescott Primary School was named for blind writer" Salem Evening News, Feb. 14, 1929, p.?
  
*[http://innopac.noblenet.org/record=b1657961~S24 Historical Sketch of Salem] by Osgood, p.104-5
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*[http://evergreen.noblenet.org/eg/opac/record/1657961?locg=63 Historical Sketch of Salem] by Osgood, p.104-5
  
*[http://innopac.noblenet.org/record=b1372109~S24 Old Naumkeag] by Webber, p.110-1
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*[http://evergreen.noblenet.org/eg/opac/record/1372109?locg=63 Old Naumkeag] by Webber, p.110-1
  
*[http://innopac.noblenet.org/record=b1152287~S24 Annals of Salem] by J. Felt, p.452-463
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*[http://evergreen.noblenet.org/eg/opac/record/1152287?locg=63 Annals of Salem] by J. Felt, p.452-463
  
 
*"By the book: City's first school began in 1637" ''Salem Evening News'', Sept. 1, 1999, p. A3
 
*"By the book: City's first school began in 1637" ''Salem Evening News'', Sept. 1, 1999, p. A3

Revision as of 17:53, 15 January 2013

The following are dates of dedication for Salem's schools of the past:

  • Oliver School, Broad St. --- 1818

(Named after Gen. Henry K. Oliver)

  • Bentley School, Essex St. --- 1861
  • Cogswell School, School St. --1862 (now condominiums)
  • Bowditch School, 35 Flint St. -- 1870
  • Pickman School, School St. ---1872 (now condominiums)
  • Hacker School, Dean St. (now Flint St.) --1785 (renamed Hacker School in 1850)

(Named after Stephen C. Phillips, former mayor who donated his salary to a school building fund. Building razed in 1983.)

  • Pickering School, 181 North St. --1894 (now condominiums)
  • Prescott Primary School, Howard St. ---1872
  • Classical and High School, Highland Ave. ---1909 (now Collins Middle School)
  • Saltonstall School, Lafayette St. --- 1916
  • St. Joseph School, Lafayette St. --1925 (Razed in 1982)
  • Endicott School, Boston St. -- 1930
  • Sheridan School, corner Upham & Orne St. (10 Orne St.) -- 1930 (now condominiums)

(Named after Lt. Philip B. Sheridan)

  • Vocational High School, 5 Broad St. -- 1938-1953
  • Vocational High School, Highland Ave. --1953
  • Mack Industrial School, 17 Pickman St. --1906 to the late 1920's
  • Prior High Schools: Latin Grammar School -- 1637

English High School, 1827 Girl's High School - 1845 : Consolidated into Salem High School 1856

HighSchoolBroadSt.jpg

Oldhighschool fr.jpg

Salem Normal School and Salem High School, Broad Street

See Also

  • Vertical File in the Salem Collection - Salem Schools (schools of the past folder)
  • Postcard image courtesy CardCow.com (State Normal School on corner, High School next bldg.)
  • Vertical File - Sheridan, Philip B.
  • "Lt. Philip B. Sheridan School Dedicated in Impressive Service"Salem Evening News, Oct. 6 1930, p. 1
  • "School days gone by: Phillips School students,faculty hold memory fest" Salem Evening News, June 12, 1998, p. A1
  • "Prescott Primary School was named for blind writer" Salem Evening News, Feb. 14, 1929, p.?
  • "By the book: City's first school began in 1637" Salem Evening News, Sept. 1, 1999, p. A3