Irving School


matte-paper-finish-500Building a school for $33,368 might seem like a bargain by today’s standards, but in 1898, when the Irving School was built, it was a lot of money. Although the school last saw students in December of 2012, the Irving School still serves as a historical landmark in Peoria. The school’s Flemish Renaissance design mirrors the design of Peoria City Hall. Through its history, there were only 10 principals, with four of them being women. This building has a rich history of student activity throughout the years.

All prints come with a mat and backboard, making them ready to be placed into a frame and hung.

Each print has a lifetime guarantee against fading or other defects and will be replaced at no charge. Also, should the print become damaged, I will replace the print for a nominal free.


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