The Fourth Ward school, 1867

The Fourth Ward school, 1867

The Fourth Ward school, later named for school superintendent Elisha Jones, was built on Division street in 1867. It was replaced in 1922 by the building that eventually became Community high school.

Frame location: Corner of North Fifth Avenue and Detroit Street

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Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Community High School, Education, Fourth Ward School, Jones Elementary School, Schools
People: Elisha Jones
pictureAnnArbor: Between Downtown and the Railroad, Site 9b: Lumber and Agriculture, Downtown Ann Arbor Historical Street Exhibit Program
Date: 1867

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