Nelson W. Aldrich High School – Warwick RI

Description

A long, low Colonial Revival school with a portico and pediment. One of the last major commissions of its architects, William R. Walker & Son. Has served as a junior high school since Veterans Memorial was opened in 1955.

Source notes

Page 162, Ironworker, Volume 32 (1932)
Page 43,  Warwick, Rhode Island: Statewide Historical Preservation Report K-W-1 (RIHPC, 1981)

Project originally submitted by John P. on May 11, 2014.

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Location Info


789 Post Road
Warwick, RI 02888

Coordinates: 41.754381, -71.414754

2 comments on “Nelson W. Aldrich High School – Warwick RI

  1. Does anybody remember Stan Peel or Marilyn Smith from the class of 1954? Would like to acquire your memories of them for Marilyn’s Memorial to be held on Tuesday, April 23, 2019. Thanks!

  2. Avatar Louise McDonald

    I went to Aldrich High School in 1967, I was only there for a short time then moved away to Coventry, R.I. What Great memories I have of this wonderful High School, Aldrich High School. Where can a forma Student get there Aldrich High School Pictures that were taken at this school? Thank for; Louise B.

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