The Hoosac Street School is a historic school building at 20 Hoosac Street in Adams, Massachusetts. Built in 1887, it is a good local example of transitional Queen Anne/Colonial Revival architecture, and a significant reminder of the town's rapid growth in the late 19th century.
It was listed on the National Historic Register in 1988.Description and historyThe former Hoosac Street School stands in a mixed residential and commercial area east of Adams' downtown area, at the northeast corner of Hoosac and North Hoosac Streets. It is a two story brick structure with a hip roof topped by a cupola. The main facade is divided into three sections, the center one, which contains
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