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Washington School (North Las Vegas, Nevada)

Washington School
Location 1901 N. White St.
North Las Vegas, Nevada
Built 1932
Architectural style Moderne
MPS Historic School Buildings in the Evolution of the Fifth Supervision School District MPS
NRHP Reference # 92000120[1]
Added to NRHP March 10, 1992

Washington School is a school listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Nevada and is located at 1901 N. White Street in the city of North Las Vegas. The school is still open and operated by the Clark County School District.[1]

History

The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 10, 1992. Its NRHP Area is Historic School Buildings in the Evolution of the Fifth Supervision School District MPS. The building is of the Moderne style and is listed for its architectural significance between 1925 and 1949.[1]

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