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History lessons

Post by Debbie Cafazzo / The News Tribune on Dec. 9, 2010 at 8:31 am with 1 Comment »
December 9, 2010 8:31 am

Six Tacoma school buildings and a home have been named to the Tacoma Register of Historic Places by the City Council. The schools are Fern Hill Elementary, the Tacoma Public Schools Central Administration Building downtown, Jason Lee Middle School, Stewart Middle School, McCarver Elementary and Whitman Elementary. Last year, Tacoma Schools  commissioned a report on its historic buildings and nominations to the registry grew out of that report.

McCarver opened as an Intermediate School

The residential dwelling named to the registry is the Beutel house on North 10th Street.

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  1. lastyear1972 says:

    Wow, Kindergarden 1959 junior-high 1966-67 closed, visted Aug 2012.

    “We are the McCaver Eagles.”

    Brothers: Jessie & Clark Bellamy & Sister: Mildred Crawford, we all attended. Luv this school!

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