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Community Library (Rock Schoolhouse)
This two-story school building of coursed, rough-faced stone has a square front bay centered between separate boys' and girls' entrances that are more typical of eastern schools of the day than of those in western communities. The two entrances are sheltered by bracketed canopies. Paneled doors
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