The auditorium and gymnasium are identical structures with rectangular plans, brick walls, and bow-shaped roof trusses. On the stripped-classical facades pilasters divide each side into five bays, with a central entry marked by a cast concrete arch with tympanum and keystone. A new, T-shaped high school stands between the auditorium and gymnasium. These twin structures are the only extant historic example of such a pair of support buildings erected for a public school district in southern Nevada.
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Frank R. Wilcox Auditorium and Panaca High School Gymnasium
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