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Rose School--Origin of Name
 
C. E Rose was the superintendent of Tucson's public schools in the 1920s.  He started serving lunch to poor children.  He also started kindergartens. Rose School is at 710 Michigan Street. The telephone is 908-4400.
Source:
"Things, places named for locals in the Old Pueblo." Arizona Daily Star.  April, 21, 1991. Page E1.
 
 
 

 

 

 

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