Bronx Landmarks-Morris High School

Morris High School

Morris High School, a masterpiece of Collegiate Gothic style, was constructed in 1901, and its surrounding blocks of Free Classical style, two- and three-story brick houses were built primarily between 1900 and 1904. The oldest structure in the district is Trinity Episcopal Church, begun in 1874 and redecorated in the High Gothic style in 1906. Designated December 21, 1982.

Title: South Side of Morris High School

Borough: The Bronx

Historic District: Morris High School

Keywords: Morris High School, brick, stone

Description: Partial view of Morris High School from the south

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