The Georgian Revival style McKinley Mansion was designed by Varian & Sterner and is one of four on this block built by Frederick Thompson in 1891.  The original owner of the mansion was Lafayette Campbell, the designer of the Fort Logan Army Base, and his wife, Margaret.  (Photo courtesy of the University of Denver - original by Peter Dulan)

The Mediterranean style Malo Mansion was designed by Harry James Manning for Oscar and Edith Malo.  Edith’s father, John Mullen, founded the Hungarian Flour Company, and built this home for his daughter and husband in 1921.  (Photo courtesy of DPL Western History section.)

 SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 2015
COFFEE AT 8:30am
TOUR BEGINS AT 9:00am

 2015 TOUR PARTNERS: HISTORIC DENVER and COLORADO PRESERVATION, INC. 

Location:  Meet for coffee at Drip Denver, 955 Lincoln Street, in the Beauvallon complex on the west side of Lincoln at 8:30am. At 9:00am we will walk over to 950 Logan Street to begin the tour.  

Cost:  $10 General.  No cost to current ICAA, Historic Denver, or Colorado Preservation, Inc. members.

Register for the Event HERE  The tour will be limited to 38 persons.  If full, please add your name to the Wait List in case of cancellations.

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