This stucco and half-timbered building originally served as a school for the community. Today it is a neighborhood and recreation center and a private girls' school. The gymnasium wing was a gift in the 1920s of Grace E. Arents, a niece and heir of Lewis Ginter.
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Lewis Ginter Community Building
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