“The Norwood School is significant as an example of rural educational buildings built by the WPA during the Depression. Use of native stone was a typical construction technique and while many of these buildings remain, few retain this degree of integrity. The Norwood School is the only building of its type documented by the Benton County Survey.”
The building is no longer a school. Current use unknown.
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