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American Legion Hall (Eads)

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    The American Legion Hall, also known as the Kiowa County Fairgrounds Community Building, was completed in 1938 as one of six New Deal projects in Eads during the Great Depression. The building is still used by the American Legion and the county fair, as well as serving as a popular place for community gatherings.
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Jacqui Ainley-Conley, “Monuments of Permanent Achievement: The WPA Buildings of Southeastern Colorado,” Colorado History 12 (2006).

Abbey Christman, “American Legion Hall (Kiowa County Fairgrounds Community Building),” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (February 23, 2007).

Abigail D. Christman, The Legacy of the New Deal on Colorado’s Eastern Plains (Denver: Colorado Preservation, 2008).