The Crowley County Heritage Center is the town's most distinctive building. It was built in 1914 and designed in the Second Renaissance Revival style. Its original function was a school (named Crowley School) and served in that function until 1992. The building was also used for a variety of purposes such as club meetings, church services, training classes for the Red Cross, and it was a temporary hospital during the 1918 flu epidemic. It continues to serve multiple functions today including as a museum, a community center, and a town hall. The museum has many items on display including WWII uniforms and ration stamps, letters, and glass-lantern slides. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.


  • Crowley County Heritage Center
    Crowley County Heritage Center
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"Crowley School." Wikipedia. Accessed November 28, 2016.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crowley_School.

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