In 1904, only a couple years before he moved to Richmond, Robinson designed a new high school in Altoona, where he was a partner in the firm of Robinson & Winkler. I've been curious if to know if it looked anything like his schools in Northern Virginia. After seeing these early postcards of the Altoona High School, I would have to say it doesn't.
This grand three-story brownstone with an ornate dome cost an estimated $250,000. It was demolished in 1974.
Time to focus on Virginia!