This two-story, red brick school building is an unusual local example of vernacular Streamline Moderne style. The design employs curves and horizontal lines, with a cantilevered entrance canopy trimmed in bright aluminum. Ribbon windows and glass block, as well as the flat roof, further accent the horizontality.
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La Jara School
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