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1874 – National School, Ware, Hertfordshire

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Architect: Thomas T. Smith

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From The Building News, August 28 1874: “One of our illustrations represents an alteration being carried out to the National Schools, Ware. The existing schools are being remodeled, and a new boys’ school is being attached to the south of the present building ; a teachers’ house is on the left flank, and on the right are rooms also now building for the Vicar ; the work is carried up in flint, with red brick and stone dressings. The contract for the school and residence has been undertaken by Mr. Clarke, of Epping, at £1080 ; the Vicar’s rooms being built by Mr. Allen for £325, Mr. Thos. T. Smith, of Bloomsbury-square, being the architect.”

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