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First Fort Collins High School Building
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TitleFirst Fort Collins High School Building
Image ID NumberH08034
DescriptionBlack and white photograph of first Fort Collins High School building, present site of Fort Collins Lincoln Center. The original (middle) section was completed in 1903, the south section was completed in 1915, and the north section was completed in 1921. All of these sections were torn down in 1976 to make way for the Lincoln Center. The gym and administration sections of the building were added in 1939, and parts of these section were incorporated into the Lincoln Center. Timeline: Old Fort Collins High School from 1903 to 1925, Fort Collins Junior High School from 1925 to 1939, then Lincoln Junior High from 1939 to 1976.
Content Typebuildings
landscapes - built
Image SourceHistorical Collection
Image CollectionHistorical Collection
Digitization FormatEpson Expression 10000XL; Adobe Photoshop 6.0; TIFF 800 dpi; JPEG 72 dpi
Collection NameHistoricPhotographs
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