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The Carondelet School, designed by architect Frederick William Raeder, was built in 1871 at Minnesota Avenue and Hurck Street, shortly after Carondelet became part of the city of St. Louis. It operated for over a hundred years before closing in 1976. It operated as a private Christian school for years, before going vacant in the 2000s.

Off-site links:

  • National Register of Historic Places nomination form for the Carondelet School
  • Nearby streets, in the zone between Michigan Avenue and Broadway, offer a mix of historical styles.

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