Upper Class

You have to look up to see some of the architectural details of our public school buildings.

higher ed n fw high2North Fort Worth High School (Sanguinet and Staats, 1918) (now the J. P. Elder annex).

higher ed carter 1Amon Carter-Riverside High School (Hedrick, 1936).

higher ed poly 1Poly High School (Pelich, 1937).

higher ed hubbard2Hubbard Elementary School addition (Withers, 1935).

higher ed terrellI. M. Terrell addition (Woodruff, 1937).

higher ed clayton 1Lily B. Clayton Elementary School addition (1938).

higher ed rosemont 4higher ed rosemont 5higher ed rosemont 10Rosemont Middle School (Withers, 1935).

higher ed hogg 1Alexander Hogg School in the Eleventh District (Ward). Professor Hogg was the first superintendent of Fort Worth schools.

higher ed nashNash Elementary School (1927, Clarkson).

higher ed striplingStripling Middle School (1927, Clarkson) was built as a high school until Arlington Heights High School was built.

higher ed meadowbrook3Meadowbrook Elementary School (1936, Hedrick).

higher ed oaklawnOaklawn Elementary School (1936, Pelich).

higher ed carlsonAlice E. Carlson Elementary (1926, Clarkson).

higher ed william jamesWilliam James Middle School (1927, Clarkson).

Poly High School (1937, Pelich) and Arlington Heights High School (1937, Geren). (On the Poly weathervane, the parrot and the owl are metal. The two itinerant crows are flesh and feather.) What else do these two schools have in common?

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