This PWA Streamline Moderne school building of the late depression years has a design realized in light-colored brick, with a darker brick used for horizontal banding. The essential ingredients of the Streamline Moderne are present in this one-floor building, including dramatic rounded corners and glass brick.
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Clark Public School
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