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Golda Meir Elementary/Fourth Street School

Built in 1890, Golda Meir Elementary School (previously called Fourth Street School), was designed by architect Henry Koch, whose resume also includes City Hall, Turner Hall, Gesu Church and The Pfister Hotel. The old building is now called the lower campus (despite being at a higher elevation) than the MEC building across the street in the old Schlitz brewery, which houses grades six through eight and is called the "upper campus." See related article ...

By Bobby Tanzilo - Nov. 29, 2012 at 12:06 p.m.