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Name Brown School

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Image of 2005.047 - Onos-DiPhilippo Collection

2005.047 - Onos-DiPhilippo Collection

Dedication program, Frank I. Brown School, November 12, 1937.

Image of 2015.098.141 - Knightville Architectural Survey

2015.098.141 - Knightville Architectural Survey

37 Highland Avenue - form and photo from the 2006 Knightville architectural survey. Brown School.

Image of 2004.013.56 - Woodbury Collection

2004.013.56 - Woodbury Collection

"Oak Knoll" in Knightville. One of the finest homes built in Cape Elizabeth in 1855. The Frank I. Brown School now occupies a site slightly to the right of this homestead facing the stately driveway flanked with towering elms, leading from Cottage Road. The house was built for William and Lucy Harris Marean, grandparents of Miss Lucy H. Jordan who with her brother Frederick H. Jordan lived there many years. On December 17, 1930, the property was sold to the City of South Portland. It was through the wisdom and foresight of the late Josiah F. Cobb, then mayor, that the City of South Portland became the possessor of the Marean homestead tract. Construction of the Frank I. Brown School bega

Image of 2012.104.12 -

2012.104.12 -

Class photo - graduating class of the Frank I. Brown School - 1945, with names identified.

Image of 2007.090 -

2007.090 -

Frank I. Brown 1949 football team. Students identified on reverse.

Image of 2006.099.26 - Sylvia and Earle Angell Collection

2006.099.26 - Sylvia and Earle Angell Collection

Old tavern that once stood on Highland Avenue in the area where the Frank I. Brown School would later be built.

Image of 2011.031.15 - Phil Alexander Collection

2011.031.15 - Phil Alexander Collection

Brown School students in a Thanksgiving Day play at South Portland High School, November 15, 1953.