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Blake St. and Constitution Hall

Sam and I photographed 15 streetcorners today on Blake St. The most poignant was the absence of Constitution Hall, an 1866 building that began as a bank. The building was the site of the signing of the State Constitution in 1875-76. Sadly, although on the National Register of Historic Places, the building was torched in 1977. The facade remained when I photographed in 1978, propped up by buttresses.

More information can be found in the Historic Denver Guide, “The Lower Downtown Historic District,” Barbara Gibson, author.

I will load my photo from 1978 shortly.

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