Oklahoma's National Register of Historic Places

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ID Number 96000377
Historic Name WARWICK SCHOOL
Description of Significance THE WARWICK SCHOOL IS TYPICAL OF THE WPA SCHOOLS CONSTRUCTED IN LINCOLN COUNTY. CONSTRUCTED IN 1940, THE WARWICK SCHOOL IS A TWO-ROOM SCHOOLHOUSE. IT IS A SINGLE-STORY BUILDING WITH A GABLED ROOF. THE WALLS ARE CONSTRUCTED OF POLYCHROMATIC NATIVE SANDSTONE. THE RAFTER TAILS OF THE ROOF ARE EXPOSED. LISTED IN NATIONAL REGISTER 4/4/1996.
Current Name SAME
Address 3/4 M E, 1/4 M N OF JCT US 177 AND US 66
City CHANDLER VICINITY
County LINCOLN
Lot
Block 69 INCLUSIVE
Current Section 17
Township 14N
Range 3E
Type BUILDING
Historic Function EDUCATION: SCHOOL
Current Function SOCIAL: MEETING HALL
Area Signficance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2 EDUCATION
Date Prepared JULY 1, 1993
Year Built 1940
Original Site YES
Architect/Builder WORKS PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION - BUILDER
Architectural Style OTHER: WPA STANDARDIZED STYLE
Roof Material ASPHALT
Wall Material STONE: SANDSTONE
Window Material WOOD
Door Material WOOD
Decorative Details ARCHED ENTRIES, EXPOSED RAFTER TAILS, RIBBON WINDOWS, WPA PLAQUE
Condition FAIR
Comments
Restricted N