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    Built in 1921–22, Ammons Hall was designed by Denver architect Eugene Groves. It served as a social center and athletic facility for women at Colorado Agricultural College (now Colorado State University).
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References: 

Patricia Richter, “Ammons Hall,” National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form (April 8, 1977).

Tracey L. Stecklein and Daniela A. Caro, “Ammons Hall,” Colorado Historic Building Inventory Record (June 17, 1994).

Additional Information: 

James E. Hansen II, Democracy’s College in the Centennial State: A History of Colorado State University (Fort Collins: Colorado State University, 1977).