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Elbert County Museum (Kiowa High School)

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Kiowa High School
1921, William F. Pigg. 700 E. Comanche St.

This two-story building has elements of the Spanish Colonial Revival style in its red tiled roof, entry tower, stuccoed brick walls, round-arched windows, and curvilinear parapets. It was replaced by a new high school building in 1985 and became the Elbert County Museum in 1991.

Writing Credits

Thomas J. Noel

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