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Kern County Union High School
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1895
Publication Information
Kern County Library. Beale Memorial Library
Contributing Institution
Kern County Library
Kern County Local History Photograph Collection
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This was the first school building to be built on the current site of Bakersfield High School. Kern County Union High School, as it was then known, moved classes to this building in 1895. The building was later known as the Commercial Building after other buildings were added to the campus. The building was torn down in 1936 and Elm Grove was established in its place.
1 photographic print; 22 x 26 cm.
Kern County Union High School (Bakersfield, Calif.)
Bakersfield (Calif.)

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