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1921, John J. Huddart. 300 Strong St. (southeast corner of Cabbage Ave.)

Posing as a medieval castle, this cinderblock edifice has a recessed central entry flanked by square concrete pilasters and topped by a concrete lintel, with arcaded windows above. Square towers of rough stucco frame an open-trussed, barrel-vaulted roof. Similarly designed state armories also guard Cañon City, Craig, Fort Morgan, Greeley, and other Colorado cities.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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