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    Built as a WPA project in 1938, the Holly City Hall housed the fire and police departments, jail, and library for many decades and is now a museum operated by the Holly Historical Society.
    Holly City Hall

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References: 

Patt Campbell, “Holly City Hall,” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (June 4, 2003).

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

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).