Capitol Hill School

Registered Site L0113

Capitol Hill School

This 1860 building is the last of three Gothic Revival schools in Marshall. The name comes from its location on a site proposed for the Michigan state capitol. Donated to the Marshall Historical Society by the Board of Education in 1967, it is today a children's museum with a restored nineteenth century classroom. It is listed in the Historic American Buildings Survey and the National Register of Historic Places.
photo of Capitol Hill School

Erected 1973

Location: 603 Washington Street
Marshall, Calhoun County

Topics:
Museums
Schools

Latitude: 42.26487, Longitude: -84.950357

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