A Million-Dollar School for Seventy-Five Pupils
���The Hirh School building of Bristol, R, I., was a gift to the city by Col. Samuel Colt, in memory of his mother. It is of marble throughout, with framework of doors and windows of solid bronze
��At left: A stained glass window in the Colt Me- morial School, showing the city of Bristol in 1812, when the British were driven out. The seats and chandeliers in the audi- torium are also of bronze
��The average attendance at this million-dollar school is seventy-five pupils, some of whom are shown below grouped around one of the statues by the famous sculptor Rodin, in front of the building
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