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Accession# 1999.FIC
Collection Schools
Date of photo 1906
Description Hudson's 3rd school house was built in 1906 for $8,700 on a lot costing $1,200. Mr. Buckley and J.B. Brown led the effort to move the school from the cemetery to a more suitable location farther west in block 21, increasing its size. The new two-story brick building had four rooms and a basement. Primary classes were on the first floor with upper grades on the second floor. In 1907 two years of high school was offered.

See: The Hudson Colony by Ruth Bitting Hamm p. 130, and the Schools of Hudson Township binder located in the Hudson History Room.

Year Range from 1906
Category 8: Communication Artifact
Year range to 1914
Object ID 1999.FIC.27
Object Name Print, Photographic
People Murphy, Mr.
Brown, J. B.
Place Hudson, IL
Subjects Schools
Hudson School
Title Hudson Third School House
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Last modified on: June 05, 2015