Before there was the Bruce-Monroe school, there was a Bruce and Monroe school. Here is an image from the library of the Monroe school from a photograph by Addison N. Scurlock.
(Courtesy Smithsonian Institution)
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I went to Monroe in the 1940s when it was a beautiful red brick building. Then they built that big ugly monstrosity there. I’m glad they’re tearing it down now.
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