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    • Aerial - police radio station

    • A view of the police radio station KGDX located at 9th and Columbine in Denver, Colorado. The single story brick building has a radio tower; "Police Radio Station KGDX" is on the front of the building in neon letters.
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    • New police building

    • A view of the Denver Police Department building, from the southeast, on 13th and Champa streets in Denver, Colorado. The three story Art Deco building was completed in 1939. Lettering on the corner of the building reads: "Police Department City and...
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    • Police department garage & fire alarm shop

    • Shows the Denver police department garage and fire alarm shop located at Larimer and Speer Boulevard in Denver, Colorado. The brick building features large warehouse windows, cement accents and a garage with a ramp. A sign on the front of the...
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    • New police building

    • A view of the Denver Police Department building, from the southwest, located on 13th and Champa streets in Denver, Colorado. The three story Art Deco building was completed in 1939. Lettering on the corner of the building reads: "Police Department...
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    • Engine #19

    • A view of Engine #19 located at 1401 W. Alameda in Denver, Colorado. The single story brick building, built in 1912, features brick trim and gable roof. Lettering on the front of the firehouse reads: "D.F.D. No. 19". An address on the front door...
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    • Engine #3

    • A view of District 4, Engine #3 (station #3) of the Denver fire department located at 2500 Washington in Denver, Colorado. Engine #3 was home to Denver's all black fire department. The brick building features cement or concrete trim, red tile roof...
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    • Engine #20

    • Shows Station #20 of the Denver Fire Department located at 501 Knox Court in Denver, Colorado. This single story brick house was used until 1971 when a new building was built. The building features brick trim, sandstone gables and carved above the...
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    • Garage - new police building

    • A view of the garage of the Denver Police Department building located on 13th and Champa in Denver, Colorado.
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    • Engine #2

    • Shows the Denver Fire Department Station #2 located on West Colfax Avenue and 9th (ninth) street. This Station #2 was built in 1929 to replace the original built in 1884. The two story brick building features concrete trim, a gable and shingle...
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    • Engine #9

    • Shows Station #9 of the Denver Fire Department located at 4600 Franklin Street in Denver, CO. The two story industrial style building was built in 1939 as part of the WPA program.
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    • Engine #10

    • Shows Station #10 of the Denver Fire Department located at 32nd and Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado. The two story brick building was built in 1928.
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    • Engine #14

    • Shows Station #14 of the Denver Fire Department located on 1426 Oneida Street in Denver, Colorado. The station was built, in 1939, by Corbin and Kilgus as part of a WPA project. The two story brick building features shingle roof, cement trim and...
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    • Engine #11

    • View of Station #11 located at 40 West 2nd Avenue and Cherokee Streets in Denver, Colorado. The art deco style brick building was built in 1937 as part of the WPA program. A carved sign on the building reads: "D.F.D. No. 11".
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    • Engine #21

    • A view of Station #21 located at Virginia and Franklin Streets in Denver, Colorado. The brick building features a gable red tile roof.
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    • Engine #18

    • Shows Station #18 of the Denver Fire Department, located at 22nd and Colorado Boulevard in City Park, Denver, Colorado. The single story brick building has a tiled roof and a covered porch with columns. Numbers and lettering on the porch read:...
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    • Engine #7

    • Shows Station #7 of the Denver Fire Department located on West 36th (Thirty-sixth) and Tejon Street in Denver, Colorado. The two-story brick building features decorative brick work trim below wide eaves. The firehouse was opened in 1909 and closed...
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    • Engine #5 & D.F.D. Shops

    • A view of Denver Fire Department station #5 and the shops located at 19th (Nineteenth) and Market Streets in Denver, Colorado. The brick building features decorative cement and brick accents.
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    • Engine #13

    • Shows Engine (Station) #13 of the Denver Fire Department located at 600 South Broadway in Denver, Colorado. The two story brick firehouse was in use until 1978.
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    • Engine #11 ("abandoned")

    • A view of the first Station (Engine) #11 located at 301 Cherokee Street in Denver, Colorado. The two-story brick building was in use from 1890 until 1937. It features arched doorways, frieze and rock ashlar along the bottom edge of the building.
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    • Firemen's practice tower

    • A view of the firemen's practice tower located at 12th Avenue and Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado. The five story structure was constructed in 1909 and was also used for draining hoses.
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    • Engine #3 (abandoned)

    • A view of Station (Steamer Engine) #3 of the Denver Fire Department located at 26th (Twenty-sixth) and Lincoln in Denver, Colorado. Shows a plain two-story brick building with a flat roof, dentils below the roof edge, two arched doorways, and...
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    • Engine #12

    • A view of Station (Engine) #12 of the Denver Fire Department located at 26th (Twenty-sixth) and Federal Boulevard in Denver, Colorado. The two-story building, constructed in 1890, features arched windows and doorway, gablets and a pyramidal roof.
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    • Engine #8

    • Shows Station (Engine) #8 of the Denver Fire Department located at 1615 Marion Street in Denver, Colorado. The Italian Villa style building, constructed in the 1890's, features arched doorways, frieze, gablets, a shingle roof and bay windows.
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    • Engine #9 ("abandoned")

    • Shows the Station (Engine) #9 of the Denver Fire Department located on 1672 E. 47th Avenue in Denver, Colorado. The two-story brick building, built in 1893, features an Italianate style architecture with arched second floor windows, dentils and...
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    • Engine #15

    • View of Station (Engine) #15 of the Denver Fire Department located at 1080 Clayton Street in Denver, Colorado. The two story firehouse, constructed in 1903, features a mansard roof, bay windows, quoins and gable dormer. A sign on the front of the...
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    • Engine #16

    • A view of Engine (Station) #16 of the Denver Fire Department located at 1601 South Ogden Street in Denver, Colorado. This building, opened in 1907, and features Italian villa style architecture. Lettering above the doorway reads: "D.F.D. No 16".
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    • Engine #1

    • A view of Station (Engine) #1 of the Denver Fire Department located at 1375 Tremont Place in Denver, Colorado. The firehouse was constructed in 1909 and designed by Denver architect Glen W. Huntington. The station went out of service in 1975 and is...
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    • Engine #17

    • A view of Station (Engine) #17 of the Denver Fire Department located at West 38th (Thirty-Eighth) Avenue and Osceola Street in Denver, Colorado. The two story brick station features paired windows, lunettes, arched windows, and a wheel window. A...
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    • Chemical building

    • A view of the chemical building at the Denver Sewage Disposal Works plant located at 50th (Fiftieth) and Emerson in Denver, Colorado. Shows an industrial brick building; the lettering on the building reads: "Chemical Building".
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    • Entrance gate

    • Shows the gated entrance to the Denver Sewage Disposal Works plant located at 50th (Fiftieth) and Emerson in Denver, Colorado. Lettering on the fence reads: "Denver Sewage Disposal Works".
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    • Settling basins

    • A view of the settling bins at the Denver Sewage Disposal Works plant located at 50th (Fiftieth) and Emerson in Denver, Colorado. Shows two partially buried large circular tanks, the aeration tanks and a walkway.
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    • Alta

    • A lone building stands next to a pile of tailings amidst the ruins of the mining town of Alta, Colorado (now a ghost town) in San Miguel County. Boards and debris litter the foreground and the barren hillside.
    • Wolle, Muriel Sibell, 1898-1977.
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    • Settling basins

    • A view of the settling basins at the Denver Sewage Disposal Works plant located at 50th (Fiftieth) and Emerson in Denver, Colorado. Shows two partially buried large circular tanks, the aeration tanks and a walkway.
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    • Alta

    • A dirt road winds through the town of Alta, Colorado in San Miguel County. Mine tailings litter the side of the road; dilapidated buildings in the background.
    • Wolle, Muriel Sibell, 1898-1977.
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    • Engine #4

    • Shows Station (Engine) #4 of the Denver Fire Department located at 2026 Curtis Street in Denver, Colorado. The station features rock ashlar trim, frieze and brick work along the roof edge. It was constructed in 1890.
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    • Gate & fence

    • A view of a metal fence with barbed wire on top at the Denver Sewage Disposal Works Plant located at 50th (Fiftieth) and Emerson in Denver, Colorado. Behind the fence is the chemical building, possibly the administration building and automobiles.
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    • Tacoyo, North Dome, 3729 ft., Yosemite

    • View of North Dome (Tocoya) at Yosemite (later Yosemite National Park), and the Merced River, in Mariposa County, California. Douglas Fir trees frame a view of the exfoliated and glaciated granite (granodiorite) monolith.
    • Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916.
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    • Cathedral Towers, 3729 ft., Yosemite

    • View of Cathedral Towers (or Cathedral Spires) at Yosemite (later Yosemite National Park) in Mariposa County, California. Red Fir trees frame a view of the exfoliated and glaciated granite (granodiorite) monoliths.
    • Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916.
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    • Engine #6

    • A view of Station (Engine) #6 of the Denver Fire Department located in the old City Hall building at 14th and Market Street in Denver, Colorado.
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    • Cathedral Rock, Yosemite

    • View of Cathedral Rocks at Yosemite (later Yosemite National Park), in Mariposa County, California. Joints, cracks and fissures span the exfoliated and glaciated granite (El Capitan granite) cliff.
    • Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916.
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    • Yosemite Falls (from the upper house), 2477 ft.

    • View of Yosemite Falls at Yosemite (later Yosemite National Park) in Mariposa County, California; Yosemite Creek cascades over glaciated and exfoliated granite cliffs with fissures, joints, and spalling. Douglas Fir and oak trees surround meadow in...
    • Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916.
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    • Tutocanula, El Capitan, 3600 ft., Yosemite

    • View of El Capitan (Tutocanula) at Yosemite (later Yosemite National Park) in Mariposa County, California; shows glaciated and exfoliated granite cliffs with fissures, joints, and spalling. Douglas Fir and oak trees grow by the Merced River.
    • Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916.
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