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Cedar Valley Seminary (now Mitchell County Historical Society)
This two-story brick Italianate building was to have been the first of a series of college buildings to be erected on the campus. Verticality was the theme in the design of the building; its surface is composed of projecting and recessed narrow vertical panels; the windows, especially those of the second level, are detailed as extremely thin, vertical rectangles.
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