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Boerne Municipal Building (Boerne High School)
The simple five-part facade of the former school features limestone walls that display Giles's attention to stonework detailing. The two-story building is entered by two recessed doorways behind a limestone arch. The school was converted into the Boerne Municipal Building in 1951.
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