Specifications for Wyandotte High School
These construction specifications for a new Wyandotte High School building in Kansas City, Kansas were prepared in February 1935 by the Chicago architectural firm of Hamilton, Fellows & Nedved for the Kansas City, Kansas Board of Education. Specifications for the building's mechanical systems are included.
- Creation: February 1, 1935
- Hamilton, Fellows & Nedved (Organization)
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History of Wyandotte High School (Kansas City, Kan.)
In March 1934, a fire destroyed Wyandotte High School, located at the intersection of 9th Street and Minnesota Street in Kansas City, Kansas. The Chicago architectural firm of Hamilton, Fellows, & Nedved was hired to design and supervise construction of a new Wyandotte High School building at 2501 Minnesota Street. Construction began in 1935 and was completed in 1937 at a cost of $2.5 million. The building was dedicated on September 10, 1937.
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Specifications for Wyandotte High School, RH MS 329, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas Libraries.