Anfenger House 2900 Champa

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Anfenger House 2900 Champa
Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
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1 slide : color.


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General Note:
View of the Anfenger House (1884), 2900 Champa Street, in the Five Points Neighborhood, Denver, Colorado. Milton Louis and Louise Anfenger, both immigrants from Germany, were active in the Jewish community of early Denver. They were involved in the formation of National Jewish Hospital and the nearby Temple Emanuel Synagogue (Curtis Street and 24th Street). Milton was a prominent attorney, Colorado state senator, humanitarian, and a civic leader. The two-story red, brick Italianate house features front and side facing wings, sill and lintel, tall narrow double-hung windows with molded crowns and carved ornaments. The one-story, off-center porch has slender, incised supports. The residence was restored in the 1970's and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing resource to the Curtis Park-Champa Street Historic District.

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Auraria Library
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Auraria Library
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