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Joint High School, 625 Pontiac Street, Rochester, Fulton County, IN



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B&W Photos

HB470396
BWPhotos 379361

HB470397
BWPhotos 379362

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BWPhotos 379363

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BWPhotos 379364

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BWPhotos 379365

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BWPhotos 379366

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BWPhotos 379367

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BWPhotos 379368

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BWPhotos 379369

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BWPhotos 379370

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BWPhotos 379371

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BWPhotos 379372

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BWPhotos 379373

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BWPhotos 379374

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BWPhotos 379375

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BWPhotos 379376

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BWPhotos 379377

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BWPhotos 379378

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BWPhotos 379379

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BWPhotos 379380

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BWPhotos 379381

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BWPhotos 379382

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BWPhotos 379383

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BWPhotos 379384

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BWPhotos 379385

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BWPhotos 379386

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BWPhotos 379387

HB470423
BWPhotos 379388


Item Title
BWPhotos 379388

Location
625 Pontiac Street, Rochester, IN

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS IN-237
Significance: The Joint High School is significant in architectural style and educational/cultural attitudes of the period. This two story with basement building is an example of the Eclectic Revival style. The school was built as a joint high school between the city and township and was one of the most modern of its type with new curriculums in domestic economy and manual training. This building represented a desire by the community to provide the best possible educational and cultural facility for the development of the youth in the community.

Subjects
Education
High Schools


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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