The new high school, opened in 1907

The new high school, opened in 1907

The new high school was the pride of the community when it opened in 1907 with an attached public library (on far left, facing Huron) donated by Andrew Carnegie. The University purchased the building in 1956 and renamed it for Latin professor Henry Simmons Frieze, who had been a member of the school board and UM acting president.

Frame location: West side of North State, north of East Huron, on the extension north of the first tree, facing southeast

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Article Keywords: Ann Arbor High School, Ann Arbor Public Library, Ann Arbor Public Schools - Buildings, Education, Frieze Building, Libraries, Schools, University of Michigan, University of Michigan - Buildings
People: Henry Simmons Frieze
pictureAnnArbor: Site 11: Schools and Churches, Downtown Ann Arbor Historical Street Exhibit Program
Date: 1907

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