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Joe McClure, PennLive

History of tuberculosis in central Pennsylvania

The Open Air School at Fifth and Seneca streets in Harrisburg, designed by architect Charles Howard Lloyd, opened in 1918. Its elbow-shaped floor plan, which included a sunroom, was a first for Harrisburg schools, according to historian Ken Frew in his book “Building Harrisburg.” (Joe McClure, PennLive)

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