The architectural character of this two-story red brick school is entirely announced by its monumental entrance. For this, the architect turned to the late English Gothic, adding buttresses, canopied niches, paneled walls, and suggestions of finials. The building is similar in design to the Harrison School ( CE086).
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Franklin Junior High School
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