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German Lutheran school house. Next to the N.E. corner of Cherry and Fourth St. on Cherry Street. View looking northeast from above Third Street showing the former school house, known as the Zion Lutheran School, built in 1761 after the designs of Robert Smith, at 325-7 Cherry Street. Building tenanted by Joseph Wrigley's hotel and tavern. Also shows the adjacent G. Goebel's Hotel and Lager Beer Saloon (N.E. cor. 4th and Cherry). Two men, including a peddler with a basket, lean on the hotel signpost in the foreground. The school built by the Zion Lutheran Church also served as a parish hall and as the meeting place of the German Society.