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Lincoln Schools (Structure Number 2), Eleventh Street & Fourth Avenue, Greeley, Weld County, CO

Lincoln Schools (Structure Number 2), Eleventh Street & Fourth Avenue, Greeley, Weld County, CO

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Significance: Part of the three existing Lincoln School structures which are locally significant as an unusual examples of Mission Style architecture exhibiting the Prairie School influence. They are the only known examples of this quality in the style in Greeley.
Survey number: HABS CO-32



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Westberg, O E
Kenichi, Hikida, photographer
Lewis, William S, historian
Kelm, Walter O, historian


Greeley (Colo.)40.40597, -104.68411
Google Map of 40.4059668, -104.6841057


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