Constructed in 1864 - in continuous use until 1958
Glendale, as a settlement, preceded Reno and was destined to be the metropolis on the Truckee River until the Central Pacific Railroad was induced to bypass the community for a station at Lakes Crossing (Reno).
First teacher was E.C. Sessions, who organized the school and taught in his home until the building was constructed. The original board of trustees was made up of John F. Stone, William Steele and N.C. Haslund.
Over the years a great many Nevadans were educated at Glendale School. Perhaps the most notable student was U.S. Senator Patrick A. McCarran.
Built at a cost of $1,446, the school stands as a shrine in memory of its builder, Archie Bryant, and a once bustling community.
Erected by Nevada State Park System, Troop #76 - Boys Scouts of America. (Marker Number 169.)
Location. 39° 31.284′ N, 119° 44.594′ W. Marker is in Sparks, Nevada, in Washoe County. Marker is at the intersection of South Stanford Way and East Greg Street on South Stanford Way. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 1523 South Stanford Way, Sparks NV 89431, United States of America.
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