This hipped-roofed two-story brick building combines Romanesque round-arched entrances and corresponding divided lights with Italianate segmental-arched windows and a classical modillion cornice. The building bears resemblance to the Marion Masonic Lodge (1908), which was also designed by Milburn.
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Old Marion High School
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