Built with a $10,000 grant from the Carnegie Foundation, the library has been completely remodeled as a wing of this library-museum complex designed by Edward Warner, a Denver architect and son of Fort Morgan town founder George Warner. While the original library was the typical Carnegie Beaux-Arts model, the much less fussy new building is a severe, two-story grouping of rectangular boxes. Inside, the museum displays models and dioramas of Fort Morgan's nineteen sod, lumber, and log structures arranged around the parade ground and a soda fountain and exhibits from the Hillrose Drug Store (1924–1972).
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Fort Morgan Library and Fort Morgan History Museum
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