Richmond's impressive investment in public schools during the 1910s and 1920s is exemplified by this showy brick elementary school with a limestone base and trim. Suitably impressive to children would be the colossal engaged Corinthian colonnade and the wings with copper domes.
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Robert E. Lee School
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