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Kiowa Town Hall (Kiowa State Bank)
This structure of concrete, chicken wire, plaster, and stucco is a Lilliputian Greek temple with square columns imitating the Ionic order, mutules on the front cornice, and a broken dentiled pediment framing a bas-relief urn over the front door. After closing as a bank, it became the Bank Restaurant and then the town hall.
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