Denver Art Deco & Streamline Moderne Buildings (page 3)

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Speer Memorial Hospital for Children
Denver, CO
The Speer Memorial Hospital for Children was built from 1939-1940. It is now part of the part of the Denver General Hospital. The murals were created by Louise Emerson Ronnebeck. [map]

1575 Vine
Denver, CO
This office building at 1575 Vine was built in 1947 for Dr. Max Ginsburg's pediatric practice. [map]

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Denver, CO
This building housing the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless was built around 1935. The building was designed by Rodney S. Davis. It may have housed a 20th Century Fox film distributor originally. [map]

Church in the City
Denver, CO
The Church in the City building was built in 1940. [map]

A.B. Hirschfeld Press Building
Denver, CO
The A.B. Hirschfeld Press Building was built in 1949. The company moved to another location in 1974 and eventually folded in 2009. This corner of this building has been preserved and incorporated into a new building for the TownePlace Suites. For more, see this website. [map]

American Woodmen Life Building
Denver, CO
The American Woodman Life Building was designed by Gordon White and built in 1950. The building has housed the architectural firm of Humphries Poli since 2008. [map]

State Capitol Annex
Denver, CO
Boiler Plant
Denver, CO
The State Capitol Annex and Boiler Plant next door were built from 1939-1941. [map]

Bus Terminal Parking Building
Denver, CO
The Bus Terminal Parking Building was designed by Shankland & Ristine and built in 1929. It provided parking for 50 buses and over 500 cars. [map]

More Denver:
Cruise Room
Nordlund House
Park Aire Apartments

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