Citation
2814 Champa St. Owned by George Apodaca until 1978 and known as "The Indian House" locally

Material Information

Title:
2814 Champa St. Owned by George Apodaca until 1978 and known as "The Indian House" locally
Creator:
Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
1 photographic print ; 18 x 13 cm. (8 x 5 in.)

Subjects

Coordinates:
39.757869 x -104.979014

Notes

General Note:
View of 2814 Champa Street, in the Five Points Neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. The eclectic style brick house has a fish scale, gable roof, a front dormer with a gambrel roof, gabled side dormers and a covered porch with brick pillars and a pediment. Two wagon wheels are on either side of the front steps. A sign with a quotation is in the pediment. The sign reads: "A cowboy, and Indian & Chinaman were playing poker, the "Chink," he held three aces, the cowboy held a gun, and Indian held an inquest at the setting of the sun." A white picket fence is beside the building, and a wire fence is in front. The building is located within the Curtis Park-Champa Street National Historic District.

Record Information

Source Institution:
Auraria Library
Holding Location:
Auraria Library
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
432040743