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2011 

Tom Pollock filled an outlaw named George Steele with buckshot when he tried to kill William Byers after a failed kidnapping attempt. Tom Pollock or "Noisy Tom" as he was known around Denver in the mid 1800's was a blacksmith who had little tolerance for the type of behavior that was becoming mor...
01/31/2011
William Byers, of the Byers Evans House and the founder of the Rocky Mountain News was at the center of the craziness during the Judge Lynch period of Denver when gangsters and outlaws ran wild.  Things really reached the boiling point when they kidnapped William Byers because he had written an a...
01/30/2011
Judge Lynch was very popular in Denver's Old West. So who do you ask is Judge Lynch? Interestingly enough, it's not really who is Judge Lynch, but what is Judge Lynch? You see, back when Denver was little more than a stop on the road to the Gold Rush of the Old West, the lawlessness in Denver mad...
01/30/2011
Located at 2555 West 37th Avenue in Denver's Historic Potter-Highland Neighborhood, the large, grand Lumber Baron Mansion was built in 1890 in the Queen Anne Style.  The Lumber Baron Mansion was built by John Mouat for his wife and their 5 children and was the largest home in the area. John Mouat...
01/28/2011
Sadie Likens was born Sarah Jane Morehouse on the 14th of July, 1840.  Sadie's mother died when she was only 4 years old.  Married at 19, she was a mother herself a year later with the birth of her son Fred.  Within 2 years,  Sadie Likens faced the tradgic loss of both her child and her husband f...
01/24/2011
The Grant Humphreys Mansion is located in the Historic Denver Neighborhood of Capitol Hill at 770 Pennsylvania St, directly behind the Boettcher Mansion which today serves as the Governors residence.                                                                       Built in 1902, the Grant Hu...
01/24/2011
The Denver Turnverein is a building that is particularly noticeable.  For one reason, located at 1570 Clarkson Street, it backs to the parking lot of Denver's District 6 Police Station, so there are always a plethora of police cruisers parked behind the building.In German, Turner means gymnast, a...
01/22/2011
The Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception was the Catholics "entry" in the competition of sorts that I mentioned in my earlier blog regarding St. John's Cathedral.  The Catholics and the Episcopalians were in a competition of sorts to see who could build the biggest and best church.  Th...
01/22/2011
There are two really beautiful, really BIG churches in Capitol Hill and the Cathedral of St. John in the Wilderness is one of them and the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception is the other.  Imagine a huge competition between the Episcopalians and Catholics in 1900's Denver.  Now imagi...
01/22/2011
National Jewish Health was founded in 1899 and was previously called The National Jewish Hospital for Consumptives.  Located in the Historic Congress Park Neighborhood of Denver, National Jewish Health was built to treat tuberculosis TB (also called Consumption in the late 1800's).  Although name...
01/21/2011
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