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Searles High School

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Ms. Searles - Coordinator // Hope High School Online

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Student Stabbed on Campus at High School in Union City

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Searles Middle School photos - 2004-2005

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School visit: New Searles Elementary School

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School visit: New Searles Elementary School

Searles High School, now Methuen Town Hall, is an historic former school building at 41 Pleasant Street in Methuen, Massachusetts, and an excellent example of English Renaissance Revival architecture. It was designed by Henry Vaughan, a favorite of wealthy industrialist Edward Searles, who funded construction of the building in 1904. Searles was a major presence in the town, also funding construction of the Vaughan-designed Methuen Memorial Music Hall. In the atrium rests an early small demonstration version of the Emancipation Memorial, which Searles purchased from its designer, Thomas Ball. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. It now houses offices of the town of Methuen.
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