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Goldfield High School

Built in 1907 by architect-builder Joseph F. Rannells, it is one of four stone schools built from 1906 through 1908, and one of only two still surviving. The high school originally housed four hundred students, and features a large skylight window in the main hall.

Located at 321 Euclid Avenue in the Goldfield National Historic District in Goldfield, Nevada