Expressing the elevated goals of public education, this is an impressively vertical composition, once heightened by an open bell tower. Large blocks of rough-faced red Morrison sandstone frame pairs of square-top windows, trimmed in the same sandstone. The building was used as a school until the 1950s and is now a private home with a garage and deck addition.
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