school building is made of Boone Valley autumn leaf brick
and trimmed with Bedford Stone and was built in 1915. Bonds
were issued for $37,500 for a five-acre plot on Washington
Street in south Hudson for the construction of this school.
Dedication was held in May, 1917, in connection with the
graduation of the first class of a twelve year school. The
building is still in use, although a new high school is
currently being built.
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