Mount Auburn School (16th district)
Southern Ave. Building Today Not Used
Newtown Public School
Old Pleasant Ridge School
New Pleasant Ridge School
Princeton Jr. High Princeton High School
11157 Chester Road 11080 Chester Road
Not a Postcard
Roger Bacon High 4320 Vine Street Built in 1928
Reading Public School
St. Peter & Paul School Reading Ohio
St. Augustine School St. John School
Bremen & Green
St. Bernard School 4615 Tower Avenue.
Not a Postcard
Early 1913 High School
St. Bernard School
1930 High School
The last image above (photograph) shows the first St. Bernard school complex. In the upper left corner is the gymnasium and auditorium, the elementary school is in the center (seen in the postcard to the left) and on the right in the center was the high school.
Present day Elementary School
Sayler Park High School
Sayler Park originally was known as Home City. The
name was changed in 1911 when it was annexed to Cincinnati. The first school in
Home City was on Parkland Avenue and was constructed in 1883 and housed both
elementary school and high school (1st photograph in row above). This building
was added to in 1900. High school was conducted in this building until 1912
when, on January 1, the school became part of the Cincinnati Public School
District. All high-school students were then transferred to Hughes High School.
The school, at that time, can be seen in the postcard in the 1st row above.
The Home City School was closed in 1929 when a new school, Sayler Park School was opened at 6684 Home City Avenue that can be seen in the center aerial photo above. The building you see to the left of the school is the Sayler Park Community Center. In 2010 after more than 80 years of use the school started construction on renovating and adding additional buildings which nearly doubled the size of the old school. Students used modular buildings behind the old school for two years until it was finally completed. See the last aerial image above.
5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
Seaton High School started out as Mount St. Vincent Academy in 1854, when it opened in the Sisters of Charity convent called Cedar Grove. This all-girls school was a sister school to the all-boys academy in neighboring Delhi, Mount Alverno. The convent, built in the 1840s, was originally the home of the Alderson family. Harrison Alderson was a judge and the home was known as the Cedars, and is located on what is now Glenway Avenue. In 1927 the name was changed to Seton High School after Elizabeth Ann Seton the founder of the Sisters of Charity. In 1963 St. Elizabeth Seton Hall was erected for use by the freshmen on Vincent Avenue. Enrollment decreased and by 1980 the freshman hall was closed. The school is still teaching young women.
Western Hills High School Not a postcard
Western Hills High School was constructed in 1928 at 2144 Ferguson Road (the 2 wings were added in 1938). When the school first opened it was a combined junior-senior high school. In the mid 60s the construction of two new Junior High Schools (Dater and Roberts) was completed and Western Hills then became a senior high school only.
Whittier Public School Osage & Woodlawn, Price Hill
Opened on September 8, 1894 the school was destroyed by fire on 6/14/1958. A new school was erected at 945 Hawthorne Avenue and was demolished in 2008.
Robert Taft High School Vine Street School
Fairview Public School School AKA 12th District School AKA Warner Street School
The Warner Street School as the postcard states was built in 1888 at 255 Warner Street on the corner with Stratford Avenue. It was really called Fairview Public School. The annex, seen in the last photo, was added in 1957-58 and originally contained a gymnasium and library. It later became known as Fairview German Bilingual School. In 2002 this part of the school was moved to new Buildings in Clifton, while the original school building was closed in 2008. Both structures have been sold for redevelopment. In 2010 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Webster School Findlay & Bremen Sts.
Old building 1870-1907 Not a postcard
New school built in 1909
Not a Postcard
Westwood School located at 2981 Montana Avenue was built in1909, which replaced the school seen in the first postcard. One room was used by the Westwood Library until 1921.
Washburn School Clinton between Linn & Baymiller
Wyoming Public Schools
Present day photographs of Middle School
There has been a school for over 100 years where the Wyoming Middle School stands at 17 Wyoming Avenue. I do not know what schools the two cards in the top row represent so the information that follows is not accurate. If someone could help me with some information on those two structures I will correct this section. Finding any information has proven difficult. In 1889-90 the building you see in the first RPPC was built and lasted until construction began on a new school. World War I delayed construction so the east wing was constructed first for the high school and then the west wing was erected for the elementary grades. Then the central marble staircase connecting the two wings was finished and was dedicated in 1928.
Liberty Hill School (1st District School)
The 1st District School was built in 1867 at 412 Liberty St. (near Broadway) and was closed in 1945. The building is now being used for condominiums (last 3 non-postcard images).
6th District School
The Sixth District School, built in 1896, was located on the corner of Elm and Odeon Sts. (north of 15th Street). This was one of 40 bilingual schools in Cincinnati before WWI. A principal there was Dr. Heinrich H. Fick, later Superintendent of the German Department of the Public Schools. It is now the Elm Street Health Center. The 2nd image is not a postcard.
10th District School
Elm and Canal
18th District (Washington) School Camp Washington
The 18th District school was located at 1326 Hopple Street. This building was razed and there is a gas station and Subway at this location now. Despite the building no longer standing it is still listed with the National Register of Historic Places (3-3-1980). The last two images above are not postcards.
22nd District Room 17 Not a postcard
These are not postcards
The 22 District School (Cummins) built in 1872 is located at 824 William H. Taft Rd. in Walnut Hills. Another building designed by Samuel Hannaford, it was used by the Cincinnati Public Schools as a model for later school construction due to its useful and economical floor plan. For instance the Eighteenth District School in Camp Washington (1872) was built using these plans extensively. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 9, 1986. It is currently being used for offices and a daycare facility.
23rd District Not a postcard 27th District Not a postcard
Vine St. near University Ave. in Corryville Winchell Ave. N. of Bank St.
School of Commerce-2nd National Bank 9th & Main
Campbell Commercial School Mueller School of Business. 528 Walnut St.
Stenographers Practice Dept.
31 East 4th Street