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Mayfair School

From The Border Cities Star, October 1, 1927:

Here is an architect’s sketch by Cameron & Ralston, of what the new Mayfair school in school section No. 5 will look like when it is completed in a month’s time. Construction of the new school building is now under way, and establishes a record in this area for district building programs. Mayfair is the third school building to be erected this year by district No. 5. It will consist of two rooms, and will cost $23,680. The building is to be of semi-fireproof construction and will be modern in every way.

I looked through the city directories, and I couldn’t find a listing for this one. Anyone out there know anything about it? Where was Mayfair school?

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