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Denver, Colorado, circa 1908. "Welcome Arch at Union Depot looking down 17th Street." The arch, with the Hebrew benediction "mizpah" soon replacing WELCOME on the other (departure) side, was torn down in 1931. Shorpy Historical Photo

Mizpah Arch: 1908 Denver, Colorado, circa "Welcome arch at Union Depot looking down Street." The arch, with the Hebrew benediction "mizpah" soon replacing WELCOME on the other (departure) side, was torn down in View full size.

~Curtis Street at Dusk, 1927~ A view down Curtis Street, referred to as "Theater Row" or "Great White Way", in Denver, Colorado. It was known as the best lit street in the world and featured a string of popular movie palaces. Some of the theaters include the "State" the "Rialto" the "America" the "Plaza" the "Victory" and the "Colonial." Other signs read: "Chop Suey" (NanKing Chop Suey restaurant), "Colorado", Is Part Of; Harry M. Rhoads photograph collection. Western History/Genealogy…

Downtown Denver c. 1927 - Curtis Street, known as "the best lit street in the world" : Denver

16th Street Mall opened in 1982, here’s historic view prior to reconstruction. Picture provided by Denver Public Library

Street Mall opened in here’s historic view prior to reconstruction. Picture provided by Denver Public Library

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