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Draper Park School  

The Draper Park School (12441 S. 900 E.), listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, is the largest and most prominent feature of Draper's historic town center. It may be the last building of its caliber in the South end of the Salt Lake Valley. The design is influenced by the Classical Revival style, a popular trend for public buildings. The original section (which, surprisingly, comprises only the north 80% of the building as pictured above) was built in 1912. The rest of the main western elevation and the auditorium section were added in 1924. 

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