Colorado Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 1)

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Husung Hardware
Alamosa, CO
The Husung Hardware Building was built in 1936. This photo is from 2012. By 2018, the building was housing SquarePeg Brewerks. The sign has been covered up with plastic panels. For more, see this website. [map]

KOA Building
Aurora, CO
The KOA Building was built in 1932. It housed the radio station's offices. KOA left the building in 1959. The building is now occupied by the Colorado Department of Transportation. For more, see this website. [map]

Boulder High School
Boulder, CO
Boulder High School was built in 1937 with WPA funding. The nude relief sculptures of "Wisdom" and "Strength" on the building were controversial at the time. [map]

Glen Huntington Band Shell
Boulder, CO
The Glen Huntington Band Shell was built in 1938. It was designed by Glen Huntington. In 2013, the City was considering moving the structure. [map]

Boulder County Courthouse
Boulder, CO
The Boulder County Courthouse was built in 1933. It was designed by Glen Huntington. It replaced a previous courthouse from 1882 which was destroyed by fire. The fountain was built in 1935. By the 1980s, it was being used as a planter. It was restored in 1998 with direction from Huntington. [map]

Haskin Medical Building
Center, CO
The Haskin Medical Building was probably built around the 1940s. [map]

General William J. Palmer High School
Colorado Springs, CO
General William J. Palmer High School was built in 1940 with WPA funding. It was originally named Colorado Springs High School. It was renamed Palmer High School in 1959. [map]

Municipal Utilities Building
Colorado Springs, CO
The Municipal Utilities Building was built in 1931. The exterior is faced with polychrome terra cotta. [map]

former Morrison Bros. Market
Colorado Springs, CO
The former Morrison Bros. Market was built in 1936. The building also housed the Nelson-Eubank Motor Co. In 1945, it became known as the Cut-A-Corner Market. Over the years, it housed a drug store, a liquor store, and other car dealerships. These photos are from 2012. In 2020, the building had been gutted and was being refurbished for the Pikes Peak Market. [map]

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