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Architecture

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:

Barbara Norgren for Colorado Reflections, about 1985, 2006 January 16

 Item
Identifier: couda-norgren
Abstract

Barbara Norgren discusses the evolution of architecture in Denver, with special emphisis on stone buildings, art in buildings, art deco in architecture, and the city of lights.

Dates: about 1985; Digitization: 2006 January 16

Elizabeth Schlosser for Colorado Reflections, about 1985, 2006 January 16

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Identifier: couda-schlosser
Abstract

The director of Historic Denver, Elizabeth Schlosser, describes how the organization was created in 1970 to save the Molly Brown House and its goals to preserve and protect the best of Colorado's architectural and historical past.

Dates: about 1985; Digitization: 2006 January 16

Lou Smith for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-smith_lou
Abstract

Lou Smith, a civil engineer, discusses the changes and evolution of architecture in Denver, Colorado. Smith reflects on the skyline of Denver, the changing nature of construction, and the character of Denver skyscrapers.

Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

Louis W. Pearson Papers

 Collection
Identifier: M152
Abstract

Louis W. Pearson (1935-2010) was an accomplished architect and a longtime member of the American Institute of Architects.The Louis W. Pearson ) papers contain brochures, photographs and other information sources related to architecture.

Dates: 1955-2006

Mary Rae for Colorado Reflections

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Identifier: couda-rae
Abstract

Mary Rae discusses her career in real estate and historic preservation in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in Denver. Rae reflects on the historic home she uses for her offices on the 900 block of Logan Street in Denver, called the McKinley Mansion which was built in 1896. Discusses the destructions of the Moffat Mansion and purchasing the Croke-Patterson Mansion before it was demolished.

Dates: Date Not Yet Determined

School of Architecture and Planning Records

 Collection
Identifier: U004
Abstract The University of Denver, Denver, Colorado supported its School of Architecture and Planning from 1946-1952. A combined venture of the College of Arts and Science, the College of Business Administration and the College of Engineering, the School offered a 5-year bachelor degree with minors in Architecture, Physical Planning, Architectural Construction and Interior Design. Professor Carl Feiss was the first director. By 1952, the School had not applied for accreditation and had...
Dates: 1946-1953

University of Denver Boettcher Center, between 1963-2008

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Identifier: U201.01.0015.0001.00013
Abstract

Exterior view of University of Denver's Boettcher Center in Denver, Colorado. View from the courtyard.

Dates: between 1963-2008

University of Denver Boettcher Center, between 1963-2008

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Identifier: U201.01.0015.0001.00014
Abstract

Exterior view of University of Denver's Boettcher Center in Denver, Colorado. Bike in the foreground.

Dates: between 1963-2008