School: Warner Township, Dist. 2 (1882)

Contact:  Vickie

----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 1-5 - 1882

School District No. 2, Town of Warner, has just completed a very fine school building 26X36, fourteen feet high, with arched windows and blinds. It is one of the finest school buildings in the county, and reflects credit on the district as well as the architect, Mr. G. W. Montgomery, of this place, who has made of it one of the best of the many good buildings he has erected in this county. The building committee were Fred Baker, Thos. Steel and Curtis Markham, and they also seem to have done their full duty.



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