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Janesville High School, ca 1923

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Milwaukee architects Van Ryn and DeGelleke designed Janesville’s new high school at 408 South Main Street in the Collegiate Gothic style with an exterior of red brick and Bedford limestone.

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Milwaukee architects Van Ryn and DeGelleke designed Janesville’s new high school at 408 South Main Street in the Collegiate Gothic style with an exterior of red brick and Bedford limestone. J.P. Cullen and Son completed the construction in 1923.

In 1955, this building became Marshall Junior High, then Middle School. By 2011 it is the Marshall Apartments with the auditorium renovated into the Janesville Performing Arts Center.

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