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Capitol Hotel
Amarillo, Texas

Razed in the 1970s
Capitol Hotel, Amarillo, Texas
"Capitol Hotel in Amarillo, razed in the 1970s"
Photo courtesy Wes Reeves

"The Capitol Hotel wasn't the largest downtown hotel, but it was the swankiest. It was on the corner of Fourth and Pierce, where the new Globe-News Center for Performing Arts is." - Wes Reeves, December 22, 2005

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