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Walsenburg Middle School (Walsenburg High School)
In one of his last designs, Isaac Rapp, known for his work in Trinidad (see Las Animas County), used red brick with cast stone frosting for a vaguely Collegiate Gothic school building with buttresses, an ornate parapet, and slender, octagonal towers and a grand, Gothic-arched entry.
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