| Worcester MRA|
5 March 1980
| 20 Irving St., Worcester, Massachusetts|
Wachusett Reservoir, DCU Center, Green Hill Park, Salisbury Mansion and Store, Elm Park
William Howland (1871–1945), operatic bass, voice teacher, composer, conductor and university administrator. Graduated 1889.
English High School (Worcester, Massachusetts) Wikipedia
English High School is an historic high school building at 20 Irving Street in Worcester, Massachusetts. The three story brick building was designed by the local firm of Barker & Nourse, and built in 1891. The Romanesque Revival building has rectangular massing, with entrances on Chatham and Irving Streets and a five story, hip roofed chateau-style tower on the corner. Gable sections have decorative brickwork, and the third story windows have arched heads, a feature continued in other parts of the building's exterior and interior. The building served as a high school building until 1966, and as school offices thereafter.
The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.