This project became one of the firm's most important commissions. Still largely intact, the school is a modern flat-roofed building with expanses of windows that ushers in the post–World War II modernist ideals with a flexible, irregular form in contrast to the traditional I-shaped central-hall-plan school.
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O. Henry Junior High School
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