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Redfield School Historic District

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The Redfield School Historic District encompasses a Depression-era school complex at 101 School Street in Redfield, Arkansas. The main building of the complex is an H-shaped single-story brick building, with a dormered gable roof. Additional buildings on the campus include a carriage house dating to the 1910s, when the first school was built on the site, and a 1950s-era gable-roofed gymnasium. It also includes the athletic fields that lie adjacent to the school. The school building, built in 1939 with funding from the Works Progress Administration, was the only project of the New Deal in Redfield.
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