NRHP: Wayne Municipal Auditorium

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Wayne Municipal Auditorium

Wayne Municipal Auditorium

NRHP Reference #: 02000273

NRHP Listing Date: 20020328


222 N Pearl, Wayne, Wayne County, Nebraska

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Located in Wayne, the auditorium, constructed in 1935, is an excellent example of the Art Deco style of architecture. The building is also significant as a project partially funded by the Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works (FEAPW), a program administered by the Public Works Administration. The FEAPW provided matching grants to local governments for public works projects.

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