Kittredge Building

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Kittredge Building
Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)
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Physical Description:
1 photographic print ; 13 x 18 cm. (5 x 7 in.)


39.744286 x -104.990463


General Note:
View of the Kittredge Building (architect A. Morris Stuckert, 1891)at 511 Sixteenth (16th) Street in the Central Business District of Denver, Colorado. Shows a seven-story vernacular, Richardsonian Romanesque, rusticated stone building. The first two floors are granite and those above are rhyolite. There are secondary cornices at the bases of the third, fourth, and seventh stories that add horizontal contrast to the verticality created by the fenestration bays. The parapet has crenelated moldings and turrets and is broken by a pediment over the slightly protruding main-entrance bay. On the ground floor, the office building has a grand entry arch springing from polished granite half columns. Charles M. Kittredge developed the building.

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Auraria Library
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Auraria Library
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