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Nightingale School
Florence Nightingale School
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 Nightingale School, Joseph J. Driscoll architect, from 1915 report from the Schoolhouse Dept

The Florence Nightingale School at 512 Park Street was in operation from 1914 to 1975.

On 23 June 1975 the School Committee

"Ordered, That the three demountable buildings on the Florence Nightingale School site, 512 Park Street, Dorchester, be declared no longer needed for school purposes."

From: John McColgan, city archives


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