Although an architectural dependency of the large, spreading Edna Senior High School complex of 1957 at 1303 W. Gayle Street, the public school district's compact, flat-roofed, one-story administration building exemplifies CRS's modernist approach. Solid, slablike wall planes are faced with hard paving brick. Door and windows are integrated into paneled assemblies encased beneath the horizontal fascia.
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Edna Independent School District Administration Building
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