The bond issue to build the Valentine Public School was approved in February 1897. It was designed by
Omaha architect Charles F. Beindorff, and construction was completed in 1898. The two-story brick structure
This one-and-one-half-story frame house, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a simplified example of a Neo-Classical
Revival dwelling, based upon earlier Greek Revival style houses in the eastern and mid-western states. F. M.
The former Valentine United States Post Office, constructed in 1936-37, is a one-story, brick and limestone
Modernistic style building. While the building retains a high degree of integrity, its national historical significance derives