This two-story school in brick with stone trim is an example of the late-twenties Art Deco Moderne. In the entrance pavilion the architects have played on the theme of verticality, with the whole of the entablature composed of deeply shadowed vertical bands. Two panels with stylized eagles project above the central parapet. Later, unrelated additions were made in 1952 and 1957.
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Washington Junior High School
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