1949Bray School House, Haskell School, and Parsons School on Western Avenue were discontinued and turned back to the City.Arts and Culture, Government and Public Service, Location and Setting, Buildings & Architecture, Education

Gloucester Daily Times. “To Be Girl Scout House.” December 12, 1949. https://sawyer.advantage-preservation.com/
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Certificates of insurance on all three buildings were placed on file with the city. Parsons School was leased to the Cape Ann Girl Scouts for 5 years at $1.00 per year. The Bray and Haskell School properties were sold.

Gloucester Daily Times. "To Be Girl Scout House." December 12, 1949. https://sawyer.advantage-preservation.com/ Gloucester Archives, Record of School Buildings, 1882.
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