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|No. 708: Mather School|
Photograph published in The annual report of the Schoolhouse Department from Februrary 1, 1905, to February 1, 1906. Boston, 1906.
| Architects: Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson. The school was certified as being practically complete on February 10, 1905 and was occupied for school purposes on March 31,1905.
October 2007 from Steve Mayer: The reference map and the building in the picture are NOT the same. The building in the reference map is the old Mather School, later named the Edward Southworth. The old Mather School was located in front of the newer school pictured above.
|Map: Scan of detail from 1899 Richards atlas plate 4.|
|Modern image: Digital photograph of the newer Mather School, September 2003.|
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Created: January 1, 2004 Modified: December 9, 2007