Euclid School

Another one of the pre-Ittner/Milligan schools, Euclid School takes its name from the simple reason that it sits on Euclid Avenue in Fountain Park north of the Central West End. The roof line has almost certainly been altered due to being battered by the elements.

As was typical in the late Nineteenth Century, it was built in a hulking Romanesque Revival style with huge arches for its front entrance.

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