Boyce Street School Retaining Walls – Auburn MA

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Description

The Civil Works Administration built perimeter rock and concrete walls around the Boyce Street School, a public elementary school. Currently, the site is a public park and playground.

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Perimeter stone and concrete retaining walls include a concrete marker indicating 'CWA 1934'.

Project originally submitted by Eric Chilton on May 10, 2020.

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Location Info


Boyce Street
Auburn, MA 01501

Coordinates: 42.2217773, -71.8382051

2 comments on “Boyce Street School Retaining Walls – Auburn MA

  1. Beverly Spencer

    Attended Boyce Street School for grades 1, 2 and 3 in 1943, 44, 45. My friend Barbara lived lust across the street from the school.

    Time does March on.

  2. Hi I went to that school too 19954-55.
    Are you interested in supp the restoration and preservation of the AHS Green Dome? Please see Face Book pp “You know you’re from Auburn if…” A groupof us is trying to save it as a genuine historic artifact from the New Deal—no tax$$ to be used. We are only looking for support right now.

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