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High school buildings

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Edward D. Pierre collection

 Collection
Identifier: L611
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, pamphlets, clippings and other ephemera; architectural drawings and blueprints; photographs and photograph albums; scrapbooks and illustration boards from Edward D. Pierre and his architectural firms, Pierre and Wright and Edward D. Pierre and Associates, in Indianapolis, Indiana ranging from 1925 to 1962. The materials cover a surfeit of topics such as Pierre's architectural projects and contests, including the Indiana State Library and Historical...
Dates: circa 1925-1962

Haley Robertson collection on James Dean Festival

 Collection
Identifier: L465
Scope and Contents This collection, collected by Haley Robertson, includes programs from the 41st Annual James Dean Festival in Fairmount, Indiana from 2016 and a brick from Fairmount High School, which James Dean attended. The building was demolished in 2016 prior to the Festival that year.
Dates: 2016

Hydraulic-Press Brick Company collection

 Collection — Folder S2434
Identifier: S2434
Scope and Contents This collection includes thirteen 6x8-inch sheets of paper with pictures of buildings around Indiana that were built using Hy-tek face brick manufactured by the Hydraulic-Press Brick Company. The pages look to be promotional material printed by the company's Indianapolis office circa 1930. Buildings featured are Logansport City Hall (Cass Co.); Ball Gymnasium and Science Hall of Indiana State Normal School (Delaware Co.); Goshen High School and Rice Park School (Elkhart Co.),; Connersville High...
Dates: circa 1930

Warren Central High School mural photographs

 Collection — Folder SP098
Identifier: SP098
Scope and Contents This collection includes 24 color photographs taken in Indianapolis, Indiana, circa 1950-circa 1960 depicting painted murals in the hallways of Warren Central High School. The images were probably taken in the original building before the completion of a new building in 1960. The murals show scenes of people engaged in various activities, including soldiers, union workers, laborers, farmers, jockeys, pioneers, fur traders, and indigenous people. Most likely, the murals were located in the...
Dates: circa 1950-circa 1960