On 19 September the Colorado State Review Board recommended approval of the 1916 Dodge-Hamlin House on the campus of Colorado College, Colorado Springs, for listing in the National Register of Historic Places. Designed by local architect Nicholaas van den Arend for newspaper publisher and Progressive leader Clarence P. Dodge, the Mission Revival-style dwelling features City Beautiful concepts in its landscaping. Newspaper publisher and anti-Ku Klux Klan crusader Clarence C. Hamlin and his family occupied the house from 1923-43. Colorado College acquired the building in 1943 and has used it to houses students, faculty, and staff since then.
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