This item is a pencil-drawn rendering of a preliminary sketch for an addition to a high school in Pana, IL. The image is of a three-story addition to another building that is in the distance. The building is situated on a street corner with one entrance in the center of the building with a flagpole above it on the roof.
Arthur Low Pillsbury was Bloomington’s most prolific architect. In Bloomington alone Pillsbury designed over 300 homes between 1892 and 1925. His work also included churches, libraries, and businesses.