Wyandotte High School

Public high school in Kansas City, Kansas.

Wyandotte High School is the most notable public building in Kansas City, Kansas. As an example of school planning and design it would seem to have few if any equals in either the Kansas City metropolitan area or the State of Kansas. It was the latest in a series of landmark school designs by the firm known at the time as Hamilton, Fellows and Nedved, and a superb example of the “middle road” in architecture between academic eclecticism and International Style modernism, as exemplified in the work of the noted Finnish-American architect Eliel Saarinen.

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