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The Olathe Producers Coop, has long served as the hub for the business of agricultural marketing in Western Colorado. Olathe was recognized as the D.& R. G. Railroad’s record shipping point for agricultural products in 1923. Approved 1/19/2022.
The Star Drive-in represents an excellent example of a mid-twentieth century venue that reflects the entertainment and automotive cultures of the 1950s and 1960s. Approved 3/3/2021.
The Montrose County Courthouse stands three stories high in downtown Montrose, Colorado and was built in the Classical Revival style from locally quarried sandstone. Approved 7/15/2020.
The building is significant for its association with the agricultural history of Montrose and the Western Slope, having been erected in late 1908; it remains a very intact representation of an agricultural warehouse. Approved 2/19/2020.
The Fetz/Keller Ranch is a ranch/farm complex that includes a residence, barn, wood-frame shed, Quonset hut, plywood shed, wood-frame payment booth, barn, corral, two pole sheds, two ventilated sheds, a silo and a grain bin. The Victorian farm house was constructed in 1887. Approved 10/24/2018.
The Montrose County Historical Jail, located behind Abel’s Ace Hardware on “Stockmen’s Alley” was built in 1885 as the County’s first permanent jail. Approved 8/1/2018.
The Maher Schoolhouse, constructed in 1917 and located in its original setting, sits at the junction of Highway 92 and Clear Fork Road, just south of Crawford State Park. Approved 1/17/2018.
In 1925 the members of the Pea Green Commnity Club decided to build a community house (hall). Community members built the community building, using large hewed logs with chinking between the logs. Approved 6/21/2017.
The Water Users' Association Building, as it is known locally, has been occupied by that group since 1932. The design, based on a simple square floor plan outline, became quite common throughout the United States from the 1890's through World War I. Approved 6/21/2017.
The Denver & Rio Grande Depot is representative of the type and method of construction utilized by the railroad, and represents the artistic values of the Mission Style of architecture. Approved 7/5/2016.
The Stone House design is a typical example of a bungalow, though the use of locale stone makes it an excellent example of local adaptation of the classic craftsman bungalow style. Approved 3/21/2016.
The Vestal House, completed in 1908, was one of the first homes constructed on main Street Nucla. Approved 12/21/2015.