This clapboard Neo-Colonial schoolhouse accommodates sixteen rooms with entrance vestibules attached to either end. The clustering on the facade of expansive windows for each classroom creates double pavilions, each capped by a large, decorated gable dormer projecting from a complex roof composed of two hipped sections and culminating in a delightful open belfry. The splendid state of preservation of an early-twentieth-century wooden school building of such quality in this style is extraordinary and should be maintained.
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Providence Street School
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