File:Danvers Art Association (originally the Williams School).jpg
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English: Danvers Art Association
105 Elliot Street Danvers, Massachusetts
This beautiful brick building was originally the Williams School, a two-room public school designed by architect Lester C. Couch, who also designed the magnificent Peabody Institute Library of Danvers. The school was opened in 1916 and named to honor Danvers teacher Miss Mildred Williams.
The Danvers Art Association rescued the old school thirteen years ago. Now beautifully restored, the building is host to a variety of visual and performing arts activities.Massachusetts Cultural Resources Information System (MACRIS) DAN.390
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