National Register of Historic Places

Sundance School (Old Stoney)


Date Added to Register

Monday, December 02, 1985

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The Sundance School is a symmetrical buff colored Minnelusa sandstone structure, and is a substantial and outstanding example of 1920s institutional architecture designed with the intent to construct a lasting facility for the education and social development of the community's young people. At two stories with a garden level basement, it is one of Sundance's most impressive buildings. The building for Crook County High School and District #1 was constructed in 1923. It was designed by the firm of Link and Haire, Architects of Billings, Montana. The building was used for elementary and high school classes until 1971 when it was closed for school purposes.

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