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Seaton School
Seaton School

Seaton School (58)

I Street between Second and Third streets, NW
Constructed in 1871, demolished 1969

Seaton School was erected in 1871 near Judiciary Square in the populous second school district. Intended as a prototypical neighborhood school, the ten-classroom building design is simplified while incorporating the essential programmatic features earlier introduced by Cluss. A single-sex school for boys, the interior arrangements are less elaborate than those in the earlier schools. One of Cluss's sons attended this school.




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