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Collection: Fairfield Iowa Buildings
Browse Items (14 total) for Fairfield Iowa Buildings
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0208 New High School
This is a picture postcard of the "new" high school building.
0207 High School Burning
This is a photo of the original Fairfield High School on West Briggs Street that burned down on April 22, 1938.
0206 Fairfield High School
This is a sepia picture of the High School that was built in 1912 on West Briggs Street between Third and Fourth Streets. You can see the dirt road and the bell in the photo.
0205 Washington School
This is a litho colored photo postcard of Washington School that was built in 1911.
0204 Lincoln School
This is a group of pictures and a postcard showing Lincoln School from the south side.
0203 Logan School
This is a sepia postcard of Logan School that was built in 1890 to help alleviate the crowding at Franklin School.
0202 Franklin School
Picture of Franklin School. This was the first school building built in Fairfield and opening ceremonies were on March 30, 1868. The school was burned in 1912.
0201 Possible Jefferson County Pioneer School
Sepia picture of an unidentified group of school children, unsure of year.
0105 Presbyterian Church
This is a picture taken around 1910 of the Presbyterian Church on South Main.
0104 First Lutheran Church
Glossy photo postcard of the present day Lutheran Church built in 1927