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Bay View School

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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Mission Hill Grammar School. The 1875 building originally had three floors and a tower. The 1906 earthquake damaged the third floor, necessitating its removal. The building was demolished in 1930.

Date: Between 1906 and 1930
Type: PHOTO

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415 Walnut AvenueSanta Cruz High School, opened in the fall of 1915, was designed by W. H. Weeks.

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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The first Santa Cruz High School, located at Walnut Avenue and California Street. It was dedicated on July 19, 1895 and opened with more than 200 students. It burned to the ground on October 1, 1913. In the background, to the left, is the home of…

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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Watsonville High School, designed by William H. Weeks in 1917, at a cost of over $90,000. Because of damage from the Loma Prieta (1989) earthquake, the building was torn down.

Date: Undated
Type: PHOTO

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Class portrait of seventh and eighth grades at La Grange School.

Date: ca. 1887
Type: PHOTO

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The fifth grade class at Branciforte School, 1897. The boy in the middle of the back row is Leslie Wright

Date: 1897
Type: PHOTO

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The Mission Hill Grammar School, with a street car climbing Mission Hill. The school was designed in the Italianate style by Levi Goodrich in 1875. Until 1894, the third floor housed the high school. Because of damage from the 1906 earthquake, the…

Date: Prior to 1906
Type: PHOTO

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Aftermath of the October 1, 1913 fire which destroyed the first Santa Cruz High School. Before the school was built in 1895, high school students were taught in the top floor of the Mission Hill School. Until the new school opened in 1915, temporary…

Date: 1913
Type: PHOTO

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The remains of the first Santa Cruz High School, after it burned down on October 1, 1913. The high school had been dedicated in 1895. After the fire, classes were held at various locations throughout the city until the current high school opened in…

Date: 1913
Type: PHOTO

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