NRHP: Manley School

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Manley School

Manley School

NRHP Reference #: 04001414

NRHP Listing Date: 20041230


115 Cherry, Manley, Cass County, Nebraska

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Constructed in 1931, the school is located in the town of Manley. The building retains a high degree of integrity and is a fine example of the Craftsman style of architecture applied to a public building. Some interior adjustments have been made to meet the needs of technology and class size. These changes allow Manley School to continue operating as an educational facility.

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