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Cobb/Stewart School


Built:  1888

Other Names: Waterworks

Building Closed: 1917

Architectural Blue Prints and/or Plot Plan of School Building


1885 - Cobb/Stewart - School was closed and a one-room schoolhouse erected on 12th St.  (Between 1883 and 1885 the city extended its limits from Seventh Street to Ninth Street, taking in the old Cobb or Stewart School at Ninth and Quindaro. School relocated on North 12th Street.  History of the KCKs Public Schools, Nellie McGuinn)

1911 - March 27:  District 7 asked to be annexed for school purposes.

September:  One teacher, Gracy Hynes.

School on North 12th belonging to District 7 was named Eugene Ware-Waterworks.

1917 - Miss Hynes to Bryant School and Eugene Ware-Waterworks closed.

1922 - Building to be sold.

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History Site created on December 02, 2002
Page last updated: 23-Apr-2014

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