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Denver County

Recruits, Ft. Logan

Escort receiving Department Commander, Ft. Logan

Looking through Golden Gateway, Denver in distance
City of Denver

A 16th St. Scene, Tabor Grand Opera House, Postoffice

Birds' Eye View, looking down 16th St.

Birds' Eye View, looking up 17th Street from Union Station

Looking Down Seventeenth St.

17th Street

Looking up Colfax Avenue

Champa St. at Night

West High School from the Sunken Gardens

Gas and Electric Building at Night, Best Lighted Building in the World

The Onyx Lobby, The Brown Palace Hotel [1917]

Denver by Night

Union Depot

Denver Dry Goods Co. Building

Cherre1yn Horse Car [horse pulls trolley car up hill, gets to ride down]

Cherre1yn Horse Car [horse pulls trolley car up hill, gets to ride down]

Picnic Pavilion near Famous Theatre, Elitch Gardens

Denver and Colorado State Capitol [pre-1907]

Capitol Building

State Capitol, Showing Broncho Buster and Indian Warrior Monuments

U. S. Customs Building

Vista of the City and County Building from the Civic Center

The Broncho Buster, Civic Center, and State Capitol in Background

Immaculate Conception Cathedral

The Daniel and Fisher Tower

Tabor Grand Opera House [pre-1907]

United States Mint

Civic Center

Open Air Theatre, Civic Center


First Church of Christ Scientist

South Entrance and New Hospital Building, Fitzsimons General Hospital

Spears Chiropractic Sanitarium and Hospital, Unit No. 2, 600 Beds, D. D. Palmer Building

Adams Hotel

Ambassador Hotel

Apple Shanty

Shirley Savoy Hotel

Albany Hotel

"The Bohemia" at The Albany in the very heart of Denver

Olin Hotel, 1420 Logan Street

Olin Hotel Entrance

Memorial Pavilion, Cheeseman Park

Sunset, Cheesman Park

Washington Park

Ballroom, Lakeside Park, White City

Velvet Coaster and Scenic Railway, Lakeside Park, White City

The Lakeside Promenade, City Park [1919]

Sullivan Gate, City Park

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