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Statements signed by the nearest living relative or friend of the deceased giving consent to perform an autopsy. Includes date, name of consenter, name of deceased, relationship to deceased, and signature of witness(es).

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Date received, name, age, names of parents, nativity (place of birth/ethnicity), how discharged & to whom. Each October 1st, the children currently residing in the Alms House were listed as “carried forward” into the new record keeping year. Parents’…

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Includes children and adults. Name, age, place of nativity, town/county pauper or vagrant, date of commitment, by whom committed (can be a city sexton, justice of the peace, or doctor), town sent from, date committed, and date discharged. Discharge…

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School 62 was built in 1906, the newest building included in the survey. Located at 396 Urban Street, it closed in 1980 as part of the desegregation plan. The building still exists, as of 2018.

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Built in 1904, this school is located at 453 Leroy Street near Grider. A large addition was added in 1915.

As of 2018, it is still in use as Public School 61, the Arthur O. Eve School of Distinction.

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Opened in 1897 at 238 Ontario Street, this school became Riverside Academy in 1976 during desegregation. In 2002, the school closed.  In 2014, it was renovated as an affordable housing complex. The building was also listed on the National Register of…

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This three story brick Renaissance Revival Style school was built in 1897 at 761 Glenwood Avenue. It closed in 1976 during desegregation and has since been demolished.

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This is the first School 58, built in 1897 at 316 Rother Street. A new building was built nearby in 1914.

The "Old Building" on Rother closed in 1950 and has since been torn down.

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Located at 231 Sears Street, this school was built in 1897. A separate addition was constructed in 1914.

The original building was closed and demolished in 1942.

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School 55 was built in 1895 at 94 Guilford Street. The school was later used as an annex to Burgard Vocational and Seneca Vocational High Schools.

It closed in 1955, and has since been demolished.
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