History of St. Agnes

St. Agnes Home for Boys - Historical Beginning:

One history says: "In 1884 a three story, 19-room farmhouse (that was once a summer hotel) and some 30 acres of property were purchased, four sisters and 25 boys took up residence, and St. Agnes was born). There are other dates and other versions, 1904, 1905, but we should leave all that to whoever/whatever is put on the web site, good material for lots of stories anyway. The "termination" date is less controversial, "St. Agnes Home, a five-story Gothic structure with stained-glass windows and multi turrets, was demolished beginning on October 25, 1979. (The towering smokestack and power house were the last structures to be leveled in January 1980)."  

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