Byers-Evans House

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Byers-Evans House
Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
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1 slide : color.


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General Note:
View of the Byers-Evans House Museum at 1310 Bannock Street in the Civic Center neighborhood of Denver, Colorado (1989; restoration by Long Hoeft Architects). The two-story Italianate house has a front, second story bay over a porch, iron roof cresting, pointed stone lintels over the windows and corbeled chimneys. A sign in front of the building reads: "Byers-Evans House," "The House in the Heart of the City" and "Tours - Teas - Drama.". The house was built in 1883 for William Newton Byers, founding editor of the Rocky Mountain News. William Gray Evans, son of Colorado Territorial Governor John Evans, purchased the home in 1889. The house museum is owned by the Colorado Historical Society.

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Source Institution:
Auraria Library
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Auraria Library
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