St. James School, Danielson, CT

The St. James School building consists of a large hangar-like left side and a more simplified flat roof structure on the right. The school was dedicated in 1955 and sits on the edge of Danielson, CT. The older church is visible in the background of the photograph.  The school was designed by Arthur E. Thomas, a Connecticut-based architect and former president of the Connecticut AIA who died in 1965. He also designed St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Ellington, CT.

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