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dc.contributor.other 2011-09-23_jfr en_US
dc.identifier.other h51_4987 en_US
dc.description B.C. Public Schools Central Building, Primary Room. Battle Creek Central School building, opened on April 10, 1871. The school was three stories high with a slate roof and cost $83,000 to build. It had a capacity of 864 students from all grades. It was located on the SW corner of McCamly and Champion Streets. After construction of the new Battle Creek Central High School building in 1908, the building housed the districts Junior High School until W. K. Kellogg Junior High School was constructed in 1931-34 and the old Central building was razed. en_US
dc.language.iso En en_US
dc.subject People - Children en_US
dc.subject People - Groups - Children en_US
dc.subject Schools - Battle Creek Public - Central School en_US
dc.title h51_4987 en_US
dc.type Image en_US

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