I grew up in a charming handcrafted home on 35th in the West Highlands. Built in 1922 by the owner of a local lumber yard. It seemed like every house in the neighborhood was
Amelia Earhart In Denver
Denver lays claim to one of the most uniquely colorful historic pasts. We're full of "Firsts" and we set higher standards for what we call achievement.
I personally love history and enjoy exploring Colorado's diverse past through photographs. So much so that I started a collection.
If you like Colorado and Denver history, you may want to visit my Denver history page on Facebook. It's called Old Images of Denver.
Are you a native of Colorado or newly transplanted?
In either case it doesn't take a genius to see the advantages of using a "Real" hometown team when exploring home purchasing options. Think of Denver as one gigantic department store but all we sell is property...wouldn't you want your guide to be a sales clerk who grew up inside the store?
When you go to Philly and you want the very best Cheesesteak, you ask a local...result, yum!
When you need a hand finding the best investment and home purchase possible in a market saturated with agents from all over the country...do yourself a favor, ask a native to guide you around our amazing store...Denver.
Visit my Denver history page but also use me as a free resource, I just sent one of my page members a full Sellers Report on her 1910 property.
Native or Newbie, we're here to get you that INSIDER INFO!
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Thanks and come visit!!
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Mrs. Carlos L. Reavis of Denver hands a bouquet of flowers to Amelia Earhart, on Earhart's arrival in a Beach Nut Autogiro in Denver Colorado June 3rd, 1931.
Photo credit: Western History/Genealogy Dept., Denver Public Library.
J Steven is a proud native Coloradoan born and raised here in Denver. His love for this city is reflected with his Denver history page on Facebook “Old Images of Denver”. Steve serving in the Colo....