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Northeast Manual Training School

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Northeast Manual Training School, also known as Edison High School, was a historic school building located in the Fairhill neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1903-1905 as a 3​1⁄2-story, random-coursed granite building in the Romanesque style. It featured a center turret, flanked by projecting gable ends.
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