Alpena Central High School


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Alpena Central High School


Alpena Central High School. "The new building was modern as of the period...it had a circular tower of stone cut in the Alpena stone quarries. The old bell...was installed in the tower. The front of the building was of cut stone and the remainder brick. It was a two-story building with a basement level with the street. It provided for the library and elementary grades on the first floor, and for the high school and laboratories on the second floor. The assembly room seated 120 pupils. The Smead system of ventilating was carried out throughout the building, which system also prodived for inside sanitary plumbing. The offices and laboratories were lighted with gas." from "A Century in the Alpena Schools" by Ella M. White.