Irving School – Hornell NY

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Description

The Irving School was a grammar school in the City of Hornell, New York. After it burned in 1938, it was rebuilt the following year with labor provided through the Works Progress Administration. The 1939 building was incorporated into the current Hornell High School when that was built. The address provided is the modern address for the high school.

Source notes

John S. Babbitt and Sue Babbitt, Steuben County (Arcadia Publishing 2010), p. 118.

Personal communication with the City Historian.

Project originally submitted by Director Steuben County Historical Society on January 15, 2022.

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Location Info


134 Seneca Street
Hornell, NY 14843

Coordinates: 42.33374, -77.66309

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