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General Orders, No. 11, Headquarters Grand Army of the Republic, Washington D.C. May 5, 1868.I. The 30th day of May, 1869, is designated for the purpose of strewing with flowers or otherwise decorating the graves of comrades who died in defense of…
This masonry labor for this memorial is donated by Stephan Dach in loving memory of his father Alfred who perished in the early years of World War II in a Nazi Concentration Camp. May this be a reminder of him and all those others who have perishe…
Dedicated to honor Private Joe P. Martinez, Colorado's first Congressional Medal of Honor recipient of World War II.
Dedicated by the people of Colorado in gratitude and respect for the men and women who have proudly served and sacrificed in our nation's armed forces.
Memorial Stone commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the laying of the cornerstone of the Colorado State Capitol. The time capsule beneath this stone contains messages and memorabilia from the people of Colorado in 1990 to its people in 2090. Ded…
April 24, 1915, in memory of one and one half million Armenians, victims of the first genocide of the twentieth century.
The First National Bank of Denver made its first home here in 1866, with a building constructed for a cost of $45,000. The bank stayed at this location for 10 years, enlarging rooms, installing fancy gas lights, and in 1875, adding a third floor w…
The area known today as Lower Downtown, is the Location of the original town of Denver. Gold seekers from Lawrence, Kansas staked the first claim in September of 1858, under the name St. Charles Town Association, but they left only one man to prot…
This bell is the only existing relic of Denver's old city hall. Built on this site in 1883 and razed in 1936.
The pattern of ownership of 1545 Wazee Street symbolizes the development of Denver's rail age boom as an industrial and supply city requiring large scale warehousing. Its first owner and occupant, Henry Lee, was an agriculturist, pioneer gardener …