Constructed of poured-in-place concrete reinforced with steel, this brick-clad two-story school has double front doors in a wide surround centered in a symmetrical main facade. The doors originally had stained glass panels, and borders of leaded glass outlined upstairs windows. Red brick is trimmed in a lighter brick and beige sandstone in varied horizontal and vertical patterns, with darker brick in first-floor spandrels.
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William M. Smith High School
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