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    The Hartman Gymnasium was originally built into an existing U-shaped brick school building on the site. The school was demolished in the 1980s, but the line between brick and limestone on the gym's exterior shows where the school surrounded the east end of the building.
    Hartman Gymnasium

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References: 

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

Jennie Marston, “Hartman Gymnasium,” Colorado State Register of Historic Properties Nomination Form (November 13, 1995).

Additional Information: 

Ava Betz, A Prowers County History (Lamar, CO: Prowers County Historical Society, 1986).

Colorado Preservation Inc., Drought, Depression, and Dust: The New Deal in Eastern Colorado, Phase I Survey Report (2005).

James F. Wickens, Colorado in the Great Depression (New York: Garland, 1979).