Linwood Public School is a former school in the Linwood neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Linwood Public School was designed in the Romanesque Revival architectural style by Fecheimer & Ilhorst and constructed in 1929. The complex later became the Linwood Fundamental Academy and closed in June 2005 after the new East End School opened. 3 The building was briefly used as a refugee shelter for those left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. 2 One-hundred cots were set up, and temporary air conditioners and portable showers were installed.
The building was sold at auction on November 8, 2012, for $75,000. 1
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- Brown, Jessica. “11 Old CPS Schools are Sold.” Cincinnati Enquirer: 1. Nov 09 2012. ProQuest. Web. 8 Apr. 2014.
- Kelley, Eileen. “Linwood School Set Up for Refugees.” Cincinnati Enquirer Sep 03 2005. ProQuest. Web. 8 Apr. 2014.
- Mrozowski, Jennifer. “East End School Plan Unveiled.” Cincinnati Enquirer Aug 28 2002. ProQuest. Web. 8 Apr. 2014 .