Pavilion and Colonial Dames sundial in City Park

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Pavilion and Colonial Dames sundial in City Park
Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
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1 slide : color.


39.746182 x -104.952784


General Note:
View of the west elevation (rear) of the City Park pavilion (1896, William E. Fisher and John Humphreys; remodeled in 1929), Denver, Colorado. The Italian Renaissance-style stucco building, located in City Park, has a cross-gabled red tile roof. The two-story central bay has three arched doorways with wrought-iron grilles on the first floor. There are three rectangular windows on the second floor. Other architectural features include towers and decorative tile and metal work. The bronze sundial (1906), has a style that consists of a statue of a nude child, it was a gift to the City of Denver by the Colonial Dames of America.

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Auraria Library
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Auraria Library
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