Colorado Historical Landmark in Holly Missed by Tornado
While much of the town of Holly, Colorado has been devastated by a recent tornado strike, one landmark has continued to withstand the test of time. The old Holly Gymnasium, which was recently nominated to be added to the National Register of Historic Places, survived when much of the rest of the town was torn part.
The Holly Gymnasium was built in 1937 and is a product of the Works Progress Administration as joint project of the federal government and the Holly School District.
Other buildings in Colorado under consideration for addition to the National Register of Historic Places follow the jump:Arapahoe County
Commandant of Cadets Building,
U.S. Air Force Academy,
4400 E. Quincy Ave.
Las Animas County
425 State St.
La Junta City Park
Bounded by Colorado and Park Aves. and 10th and 14th Sts. La Junta
Sedgwick County Courthouse
315 Cedar St.
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