301 South Main – Prowers County Courthouse
The Great High Prairie Courthouse was constructed in 1929 of granite from the same quarry as the Empire State Building. On the north side of the lot are monuments to the men who served in WWI and WWII, including the Japanese-Americans of Amache, the relocation center in Granada. The windmill on the southwest corner of the lot has been in Lamar for 100 years and was donated and restored by local ranching family, the Emicks. This building was listed on the National Register of Historic Place in 1981 and is considered one of the most unique and distinguished county courthouses in the state.