Bristol High School

70 Memorial Blvd, Bristol, Connecticut. County/parish: Hartford.

NRIS 100002506

Added to the National Register of Historic Places June 04, 2018.

Also known as:

  • Central High School

From Wikipedia:

Old Bristol High School

The Old Bristol High School, most recently the Memorial Boulevard Middle School, is a historic school building at 70 Memorial Boulevard in Bristol, Connecticut. A state of the art facility when completed in 1923, the school served the city as a high school until 1967, and is a good example of Classical Revival architecture designed by noted school architect George W. Potter. After serving until 2012 as a middle school, the building is now vacant. The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2018.

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  • Potter, Wilson

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