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Fulton School

Fulton School


Fulton School

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400 N Fulton Ave
Evansville, IN 47710

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1870-1 Fulton school is built to server Lower Lamasco
<1884 South wing erected
c1890 North wing erected
1915 Loses tower
<1962 Auditorium at 5th and Virginia
1973 School is closed and razed


West side of Fulton Ave between Michigan St and Virginia St
District: Lamasco
Latitude: 37.98179643
Longitude: -87.58157015
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The Fulton avenue school building was erected to provide for the children in the lower part of the city in what was then still called Lamasco. It consists of a central building with a building on each side.

Sometime around 1890 "Avenue" was dropped and the name was shortened to Fulton School

tower condemned 1915 and removed

ragland memorial gym added 1927 The school, as well as Baker and White, was closed in June 1973 as part of the school system's desgregation effort. The building was razed later that year. Lewis Bakery is on the school's old site sanborn >1881 (article) <1884 south wing added >1890 <1895 north wing added <1962 auditorium 5th and virginia .

See also Schools / Education Lamasco district

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