Bessemer School - Trost Society

Bessemer School

Bessemer School was a two-room structure erected in modern-day Pueblo in 1883. A single source, a book by James H. Risley: “How it grew: a History of the Pueblo Public Schools” (University of Denver Press: Denver, 1953) pages 45-46, identifies the architectural firm as “Weston and Frost” — which, of course, is Weston & Trost. The little building was demolished in circa 1931. For more information, please see

— Mark Stone

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Type: Education
Construction Date: Jan 1, 1883
Address: Pueblo, CO, USA
Condition: Demolished