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Educational
Public Schools.
Offices of the Board , Darby’s Building, Fifth
street, corner of Pine.
Names and residences of the Officers and Mem-
bers of the Board of Directors.
Officers.
President -Dr. IsaiahForbes, , No. , Olive
street.
Secretary -M. C.Jennings, , No. 148 Chambers
street.
Superintendent -IraDivoll, , No. 11 Papin Street.
Altorney -EvansCasselberry., No.23 Pine street.
Treasurer -George H.Loker, , No. 31 North
Eleventh street.
Bailiff -AugustusPasquier, , Stoddard street,
between Clay and Glasgow av.avenue
Directors.
First Ward.
HermanTiefenbrunn, , No. 165 Carondelet av.avenue
F. A. H.Schneider., No. 157 Carondelet av.avenue
Second Ward.
George M.Fitechenkam, , Seventh street, bet.
Barry and Marion Streets.
EmilUlrici, , west side Buel, near Marion Street.
Third Ward.
James r.residence Lake, , No. 209 South Second street.
Felix Coste, No. 182 South Fifth Street.
Fourth Ward.
Stephen D.Barlow., No.125 Walnut street.
JosiahFogg., (Barnum & Fogg,) Barnum’s Ho-
tel.
Fifth Ward.
John H.Andrews, , Eleventh street, bet Market
and Clark avenue.
John F.Long, , No. 203 Chesnut street.
Sixth Ward.
w.west w.west Green, , No.155 Olive street.
IsaiahForbes, , No. 85 Olive street.
Seventh Ward.
Isaac L.Garrison, , south side Franklin av.avenue , near
Cardinal av.avenue
James w.west Corbitt, , corner Fourteenth street and Franklin av.avenue
Eighth Ward.
John P.Ravold, , No.77 Wash street.
JohnConzelman, , No. 203 Carr street.
Ninth Ward.
DanielMcAuliffe, , No.104 O’Fallon street.
Isaac T.Greene, , No.34 Howard street.
Tenth Ward.
ArchilbadCarr, , West side Ninth, north of Salis.
bury street.
PhilipStremmel, , Benton street, bet.between Broadway
and Ninth.
Table
of all the Public Schools, Showing their location dimensions, estimated
value of the School Houses, size and value of the Grounds, and the num-
ber of Teachers employed in each School, in December, 1863.

Wards. Names. Where Located. When Built. Estimated value of Buildings & Furniture. Estimated value of Grounds Size of Lots. Size of Houses. No of Stories No. School Rooms. No. of Teachers.
7 Normal Franklin Building 4 2
6 High Fifteenth,c. Oliver st. 1855 $40,000 $35,000 150 x 1 6 83 x 67 3b.&h 9 8
1 Shepard Near Marine Hospital. 1859 5.000 3,000 100 x 160 58 x 32 2 4 3
1 Charless Kingsbury, nr. Gravois. 1859 5,000 3,000 175 x 124 58 x 32 2 4 2
1 Lafayette Anne,c. Decatur 1853 15,000 7,500 150 x 140 50 x 80 3 & c. 12 12
2 Carroll Buel,c. Carroll 1858 3,000 9,000 140 x 150 75 x 32 1 3 3
3 Madison Seventh, c. Hickory 1855 4,000 Leadsed. 56 x 127 40 x 75 2 8 6
3 Clark Seventh, nr. Labadie. 1846 3,000 9,000 74 x 160 29 x 52 3 6 6
3 Chouteau Cozzens,nr. Pratte av. 1859 5,000 3,000 58 x 32 2 4 4
4 Laclede Fifth, c. Poplar 1851 6,000 17,000 70 x 128 42 x 71 2&c. 7 7
4 Washington, Eleventh, nr. Spruce. 1859 18,000 12,500 125 x 152 80 1/2 x 58 3 12 12
4 Marshall Sixteenth, c. Walnut. Rented. 1 2 2
5 Eliot Fifteenth, c. Pine 1850 6,000 15,000 79 x 109 42 x 74 2&c. 8 8
6 Benton Sixth, nr. St. Charles. 1842 5,0000 30,000 60 x 135 42 x 62 2&b. 6 6
6 Stoddard Lucas and Ewing aves. 1859 5,000 7,000 130 x 134 58 x 32 2 4 4
7 Franklin 17th, c. Christy av. 1857 35,000 15,000 107 x 140 70 x 100 3&b 20 17
8 Jefferson Ninth, c. Wash 1818 5,000 16,000 83 x 110 42 x 72 3&c 10 9
8 Carr Sixteenth, c. Carr 1855 4,000 Leased. 76 x 155 40 x 75 2 8 7
9 Hamilton Twenty-fifth, c. Davies 1859 5,000 6,0 0 132 x 165 58 x 32 2 4 4
9 Everett Eighth, nr. Cass av. 1859 18,000 11,000 172 x 127 1/2 80 1/2 x 58 3 12 12
9 Mound Eighth, c. Howard 1846 2,000 2,500 35 x 125 29 x 52 2&b 4 2
10 Jackson Maiden la, n. Reservoir 1859 5,000 4,000 150 x 138 58 x 32 2 4 2
10 Webster Tenth, c. Jefferson 1853 15,000 25,000 cir.300ft. di. 3&c. 2 12 12
10 Clay Bellfontaine, c. Farrar. 1859 14,000 6,000 100 x 250 74 1/2 x 56 3 12 8

Normal School.
The Normal School was established in 1857, ex-
pressly for the purpose of supplying well qualified
teacherrs for the lower grades, and already it has
furnished a large majority of the teacher employ-
ed the Board. Probably in no instance in the
country has the usefulness of a Normal or Train-
ing School been more cleary established than in
this case. Number of teachers under music
teacher, 2; number of students from 30 to 80.