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H.S. Tulia, Texas, auditorium

Description: Photograph of the auditorium of Tulia High School in Tulia, Texas, looking toward the stage from the back of the room. There are three sections of wood-backed seats. There are arched windows on each side of the room. The stage is set with a table and chairs and has a painted backdrop at the back of the stage area. A curtain or screen at the front of the stage is painted with advertisements. The architect for the building was Guy A. Carlander.
Date: [1924~]
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum

Tulia H.S, $100,000

Description: Photograph of the newly built Tulia High School in Tulia, Texas. The photograph was taken from one side of the building, with the front facade also visible. The two-story building features a decorative band of brick at the base, with what appears to be stucco above. There is a clay tile roof and decorative elements in the walls below the roof line. The center section of the front facade extends above the roof, and features a crenellated parapet. A one-story extension from the rear of the building connects to a small two-story structure. The building is surrounded by a sidewalk and newly planted trees and some houses are visible in the background. The building was designed by architect Guy A. Carlander and completed in 1924.
Date: 1924
Partner: Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum