Essex County Massachusetts
In 1800 a small school was built in South Lynnfield at the
junction of Salem and Summer st.
In 1871 a new 2 room school was built in the same location.
In 1912 the school was modified into a 4 classroom building and
stairways were built on either side.
In 1953 this building was razed and a new firehouse was built on
[Contributed by Mrs. Carole Dick, www.myhartt.com )
|1903 Class Picture at Old South Lynnfield School
|Lynn First School House
The Summer Term will commence on Wednesday, the 18th of April next, and
continue 16 weeks. Instruction will be given in all the common and
higher English branches to which young Ladies usually attend; also, in
Latin, French, and Italian languages, and the ornamental branches.
The Dapartement[sic] will be under the immediate care of the former
Preceptress, Miss N.A. Barker, whose talents and success as a teacher
are most favorably known and acknowledged. Tuition $5 and $6. Board in
good families will not exceed $1,50, - every exertion is pledged on the
part of those who board to afford their accommodations as reasonable as
possible. J.N. BROWN, Sec'y. Hampton Falls, March 31, 1838.
Newburyport Herald (Newburyport, Massachusetts) 3 Apr
1838 - transcribed by J.S.
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