Jefferson School
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Jefferson School


The Jefferson School was built on the corner of Oldfield and Pine Streets prior to 1883 and was originally named just the Third Ward School. By 1887, it had become the Jefferson School. On March 10, 1888, the original building burned, and a new, larger Queen Anne Style school was built in its place that same year. In 1915, the school's name was changed to the Bedford School after Marshall N. Bedford, a prominent member of the Board of Education who had died in 1912. By 1924, the Jefferson School no longer existed.