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Lincoln High School
Lincoln High School
TitleLincoln High School
DescriptionMounted drawing showing full frontal view of Lincoln High School located at 21st Street and Woodland Avenue in Kansas City, Missouri. Drawing mounted on board (24.5 x 38 in.) that has some damage. The architectural rendering is by Charles A. Smith, Kansas City School District architect.
Datecirca 1930
CreatorCharles A. Smith
Item TypeArt work, sepia, 19 x 33 in.
CollectionMissouri Valley Oversize (MVO)
NotesThe MVO (Missouri Valley Oversize) collection contains various types of large size items. Included is art work such as paintings, sculpture, drawings and sketches; photographs, including composite pieces; posters; and other miscellaneous items.
LocationMVO-143F
SubjectSchools
Architectural drawings
Local SubjectLincoln High School
High Schools
Digital Formattiff imported as jpeg2000
Barcode10023150
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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