Jersey City Public School Buildings
Street addresses approximate based on historic maps
Bulk c. 1905 - 1925
Jersey City, NJ
Three story building on rise, with steps leading up and leafy tree in front
Front view of exterior, cars in front. A. Harry Moore opened in 1931 and was designed by John T. Rowland.
View from across the street of art deco four story building
Exterior view, people, cars, in front suggest 1920s. Lincoln High School was dedicated 1917.
Block long Beaux Arts building, colonnaded front, lawns and flowers in front
Oiriginal building with lawns and people walking around
Enlarged (post 1911) building with lawns and tennis courts
Horse and buggy in front of grand entrance to school, two people on steps
Exterior view from Newark Ave., people, car, cobblestone road suggest 1920s-30s. Renamed Dickinson around 1913.
Corner elevated view of square building in neo classic style
Two women walking on sidewalk in front of school, many 20's era autos in front,
Original square building, stories trimmed with glitter
Corner view of four story building with hedges in front, single man standing
View from across street of three story brick building with arched doorway
Two story building on light rise, steps leading up