The National Park Service Washington office approved the National Register nomination for the Dodge-Hamlin House on 3 December 2014. Located on the campus of Colorado College, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, the 1916 Mission Revival-style house was erected by prominent newspaper publisher and Progressive Party leader Clarence P. Dodge. Crusading anti-Ku Klux Klan publisher Clarence C. Hamlin resided in the house from 1923 until his death in 1940. In addition to its historical associations, the house is significant for its architecture and landscape architecture, as a work of local master architect Nicolaas van den Arend. The intact residential landscape reflects City Beautiful concepts espoused by van den Arend.
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