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William Berry, the chairman of the Olive Branch Preservation Society, talks about the history of the octogon-shaped
school that was considered progressive when it was built in 1908 along the National Road. Bill Lackey/Staff
Barbara Perenic The old Olive Branch School is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Barbara J. Perenic/Springfield
News-Sun View Larger Submitted The second Olive Branch, called by some the ’round house’ housed the high school from 1907 to 1929. Courtesy of
Olive Branch Class of 1947 Then & Now: Looking back in Dayton By Lauren Eissler Contributing Writer The Olive Branch High School building at 9710 W. National Road (US Route 40) near New
Carlisle has been added to an Ohio most endangered historic sites list.

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