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North Side School

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621 W. Arkansas Ln., Arlington, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 32° 42' 23.410656", -97° 6' 46.16244"
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     After Arlington's North Side School at 433 North Center burned in 1909, this board and batten structure was built on the school grounds. Two grades met here for one term until a new brick building was erected. Contractor Joseph Crawley, who built this structure bought it and moved it to 304 South Pecan. It served as his office until 1924 when it became a storage shed. In 1977 Arlington's oldest existing schoolhouse was relocated here.

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

North Side School Historical Marker Location Map, Arlington, Texas