St. Joseph’s School, Kingston, NY

This is a simple mid-century brick school building with metal trim and nice lettering. It is now called the Msgr. James Keating Building. It was constructed from 1962-1963 and designed by regional architect Albert E. Milliken, who also designed a mid-century high school in Marlboro, rebuilt the Woodstock Playhouse and served for a time as a senior architect in New York State’s Department of Public Works (1930-34).

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