Arguendo and Dixi have been residents of Austin, TX for most of 20+ years. We have tons of pictures from our time spent here and continue to take pictures around town. Here we plan on showing a picture each day. We hope you enjoy it and thanks for stopping by!

Friday, March 18, 2011

Wall of Welcome Tiles - 4

The first school in the area was the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, which moved to 45th Street in 1917. To serve the growing neighborhood, Brentwood Elementary School was built in in 1950, McCallum High School in 1953, and Lamar Middle School in 1955.

The city's third branch of the Austin Public Library was established in 1956 on Burnet Road near Koenig Lane.

That same year Redeemer Lutheran School and St. Louis Catholic School both opened.

Over the years, other schools located here include Capitol School of Austin, Northwest Montessori House of Children, Oakmont School, Paragon Preparatory Middle School, Petite Ecole Internationale, and Stepping Stone School.

From Crestview

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