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Lincoln Hall--also called Sebastopol Grammar School--Sebastopol's first school
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Western Sonoma County Historical Society Collection
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Photo--sepia: Lincoln Hall also called Sebastopol Grammar School and was Sebastopol's first school. L-shaped wooden clapboard building with students seated in side yard and standing on steps with teachers in rear. It was located on Bodega Avenue and High St. NE where the public library is now located. Lincoln Hall was a community hall at one time. Handwritten on verso: " Property of Mrs. T. Denman Barlow Seb. Grammar School Lincoln Hall Sebastopol's first school."
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