Essex CountyOld PhotographsReader Submission

RCSS No. 4 Anderdon

Today’s reader submission comes from Kari who found this photo amongst photos that came from her Grandfather’s house.

On the back of this photo it simply reads:

R.C.S.S. No 4 Anderdon

Now, most of my knowledge of our history is confined to the city. Is anyone out there familiar with county history? Anyone know anything about the building? I think that the S.S. stands for “School Section”.

I’m assuming it’s a school, but I suppose you never know…

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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