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Pioneer Week: 1908 Schoolhouse
The Pioneer School House is a historic former school building at 3rd Avenue and Eagle Street in Anchorage, Alaska. The two story building was designed and built by the Alaska Engineering Commission in 1915 during the first year of the city's growth. The Alaska Engineering Commission was building railroads in the state. The school served about ninety elementary and high school students in 1915 and 1916. Orah Dee Clark was the first superintendent of the school. It was used as a social hall by the Pioneers of Alaska Igloo 15 from the 1920s until 1964.
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