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Big Horn County Courthouse, Montana
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Among the largest of the many Works Progress Administration projects in Montana during the Great Depression was the building of Big Horn Courthouse in Hardin. Designed by J.G. Link the $150,000 courthouse put more than a hundred men to work. Due to WPA requirements, many of them were unskilled or semi-skilled. The clean lines of the highly fashionable Monumental Deco style required less skill to build than other styles. (Chris Marshall / CNS)
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