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Museum of Northwestern Colorado (State Armory)
Like most of the nineteen other state armories, this is a variant of a standard 1921 design attributed to Denver architect John J. Huddart. The two-story building on a rectangular plan shows a Mediterranean influence in its recessed central bay, with a pilaster-flanked, inset entry and arcaded second-story windows between twin square towers. In Craig, the tops of these towers were removed around 1950 because of problems with leaking. The two-story, yellow brick
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