Photographs of the Pahokee High School.


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  • MSF-PB7680

Year

  • 1995

Series Title

General Note

  • Slides identified: 1. Entrance door set within a slightly projecting stucco surround. This ornate surround features a variety of decorative elements, including intricate moldings and spiral, engaged colonettes. In the space immediately above the door is a bas-relief depiction of an open book surrounded by floral forms, 2. Looking east at main entrance, 3. The classrooms have wood floors, plaster walls and ceilings, molded baseboards, and wall blackboard framing, although the blackboards themselves are no longer extant. The doors leading into the classrooms have transoms, which ventilated the classrooms from the open-air corridor, 4. The City of Pahokee Community Recreation Complex (Old Gymnasium), 5. Science and Economics building, 6. non-contributing building, 7. The second story windows of the western end block have decorative lintel drip molds. Beneath these windows on the main facade are incised quatrefoil panels, 8. The second story windows of the western end block have decorative lintel drip molds. The parapet surrounding the building is decorated with applied vertical elements and panels with a combination of incised and bas-relief decorative panels, 9. An arcaded open corridor extends along the center block of the rear (northeast) elevation. The arches rest on simple, unfluted columns with Doric capitals. The second floor corridor has rectangular openings, 10. looking west across the front facade, 11. Classroom buildings, camera facing northeast, 12. An arcaded open corridor extends along the center block of the rear (northeast) elevation. The arches rest on simple, unfluted columns with Doric capitals. The second floor corridor has rectangular openings, 13. non-contributing building, 14. looking west at architectural details, 15. An arcaded open corridor extends along the center block of the rear (northeast) elevation. The arches rest on simple, unfluted columns with Doric capitals. The second floor corridor has rectangular openings, 16. Interior stripped down classroom, 17. Rear looking northwest through entrance hall.
  • Also known as Pahokee Junior Senior High School, it was designed by architect William Manly King, built in 1928 and later added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on November 15, 1996.

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Physical Description

  • 17 slides - col.

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Shelf Number

  • Shelf number: S2317B2F2.
Photographs of the Pahokee High School.
Photographs of the Pahokee High School.

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Chicago Manual of Style

Photographs of the Pahokee High School. 1995. Color 17 slides, . State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. <https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/340368>, accessed 20 June 2019.

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Photographs of the Pahokee High School. 1995. Color 17 slides. State Archives of Florida, Florida Memory. Accessed 20 Jun. 2019.<https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/340368>.

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