The Kokomo Consolidated School building was approved as Mississippi project 8723 in 1934. Construction began in October and was completed June 23, 1935 at a total cost of $23,034. E. L. Malvaney was the architect of the Colonial Revival school, which was constructed by Currie and Corley builders and contractors.
Status of completed non-federal allotted projects, Report No. 5, Region No. 3. Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works, Project Division. P. 104, January 3, 1940.
Mississippi Department of Archives and History. Historic Resources Inventory, Kokomo School Complex.
Clarion-Ledger, "Office Reopens", p. 6, October 16, 1934.
Clarion-Ledger, "PWA aided in construction of 228 school buildings in state; Complete list given", September 25, 1939.
Project originally submitted by Susan Allen on October 25, 2017.
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