Withrow High School, Cincinnati, OH

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Withrow High School (formerly East Side High School) is a public high school located on the east side of Cincinnati, Ohio. It is part of the Cincinnati Public Schools. The school opened in 1919 and it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 with other historic buildings in Ohio. Frederick W. Garber's firm was involved in the school's design known for its arching entry bridge, 114-foot (35 m) clock tower, plantings and trees, 27-acre (110,000 m2) campus, and large sports complex. Garber also designed Walnut Hills High School, Rothenberg School and Westwood Elementary (formerly Westwood School).
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Date Created 11/7/2010

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