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Lincoln Elementary School

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Built in 1896, this picture shows the Cedar Street School and the addition that was completed in 1905.

Built in 1896, this picture shows the Cedar Street School and the addition that was completed in 1905. The school was renamed Lincoln in 1920 and in 1956 the new Lincon Elementary School opened on Frederick Street. The Cedar Street School was razed and a neighborhood playground was built on the land.

Picture of Cedar Street School taken 1904-5 school year. The building was located on Cedar and Cherry Streets.


Cedar Street School as it appeared when built in 1896.

Cedar Street School as it appeared when built in 1896.PO1.1213

First grade class at Cedar St. school in 1900

First grade class at Cedar St. school in 1900. In the front row, fourth from the right is Tony Bernard, fifth from right is Philamena Marsico. Second row, third from left is Mamie Revella Marino. Back row, third from left is Mary Marsico. PO1.1212

Cedar Street School became Lincoln School in 1920.

Cedar Street School became Lincoln School in 1920. The above photograph shows the school in 1956 prior to its demolition.



This is Lincoln Elementary School that was located at 960 Frederick Avenue in Niles and was dedicated in 1956.

This is Lincoln Elementary School that was located at 960 Frederick Avenue in Niles and was dedicated in 1956. It was demolished and a new K-2 school was built on this site. The new school opened in Fall 2013.


Lincoln Elementary School which opened in Fall 1956 and was demolished in 2012. Two different views of Lincoln Elementary School which opened in Fall 1956 and was demolished in 2012.


The new Primary School with grades K-2 is located on Frederick Streett and was dedicated in the Fall of 2013.
The new Primary School with grades K-2 is located on Frederick Street and was dedicated in the Fall of 2013.


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