Oaklawn Elementary School – Fort Worth TX

Description

In 1934, the Public Works Administration approved a loan of $4.2 million for a school building program in Fort Worth. Oaklawn Elementary School was one of the schools constructed from 1935 to 1936 through funding provided by the PWA. Architect Joseph R. Pelich selected a Spanish Eclectic style for the design. The contractor for the structure was James T. Taylor. The Works Progress Administration under the direction of Hare and Hare of Kansas City landscaped the school grounds from 1935 to 1937.

Source notes

Historic Schools Survey Report

Project originally submitted by Larry Moore on January 26, 2017.

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Location Info


3220 Hardeman St
Fort Worth, TX

Coordinates: 32.7018842, -97.2789085

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