Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses; built works - public buildings - schools

Designers: [unspecified]

Dates: [unspecified]

36th Avenue North and Whitman Street North
Fremont, Seattle, WA

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This was the earliest school in the Fremont neighbrohood of Seattle, WA. Two teachers taught students--many if whom had to reach Fremont by ferry--at this location during 1889-1890. In 1890, the Fremont school rented quarters in a store at 36th Avenue North and Aurora Avenue. In 1891, Fremont students attended a school set up in the Good Templars Hall located at 35th Avenue North and Albion Place. The following year, John Parkinson's B.F. Day Elementary School was built, opening for students in 09/1892.

PCAD id: 11067