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In this 1915 photo, children pose in front of Woodside School, built in 1910.

The Mission Revival-style building had multiple classrooms, unlike the one-room schoolhouses in the area at the time, according to local historians Thalia Lubin and Bob Dougherty, who included the photo in the history book published by the Woodside History Committee.

The building was demolished in 1964, and the bell above the sign is now in the current school's courtyard, according to the historians.

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