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Logandale Community Center (Logandale School)
This building consists of two parts. The first, a hip-roofed sandstone edifice in the Mission Revival style, was erected in 1935 as a school. Only a few years later, under the PWA, the community added a rectangular section on the east side facing Nevada 169, creating a new main facade that resembles the PWA-constructed gymnasiums in Bunkerville and Mesquite. Miles Miller, a Salt Lake City architect, designed all three. The building in Logandale is simpler in appearance, with Mediterranean Revival features, including a red tile roof and decorative brickwork.
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