Description: Photograph of a drawing of Franklin Elementary School. The building is two stories high, and a street runs in front of it. In the foreground, there are drawings of trees and people. The proposed cost of the school was $225,00, and was constructed in 1916. It was the first school to have a full-sized swimming pool (because the School Board believe all children living on the Gulf Coast should know how to swim), auditorium, home economics, art classes, library, and outside playground with swings.
Creator: Payne, Harry D.
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Partner: Port Arthur Public Library