(Photo courtesy of the Author and University Press of Colorado)

Thursday, June 9, 2016
6:00 PM Doors Open
6:30 PM Lecture and Book Signing

Denver Landmarks and Historic Districts, Second Edition, is the newest, most thorough guide to Denver’s 51 historic districts and more than 331 individually landmarked properties. This lavishly illustrated volume celebrates Denver’s oldest banks, churches, clubs, hotels, libraries, schools, restaurants, mansions, and show homes.

Denver is unusually fortunate to retain much of its significant architectural heritage. The Denver Landmark Preservation Commission (1967), Historic Denver, Inc. (1970), Colorado Preservation, Inc. (1984), and History Colorado (1879) have all worked to identify and preserve Denver buildings notable for architectural, geographical, or historical significance. Since the 1970s, Denver has designated more landmarks than any other US city of comparable size. These landmarks and districts have helped make Denver one of the healthiest and most attractive core cities in the United States. This crisply written guide serves as a great starting point for rubbernecking around Denver, whether by motor vehicle, by bicycle, or afoot. - from the publisher’s book description via Amazon.com  

Come and hear the author Thomas J. "Dr. Colorado" Noel lecture about his newest book in his own immutable manner.  Tom is a Professor of History and Director of Public History, Preservation & Colorado Studies at University of Colorado Denver (CU Denver), and is the author of numerous books, articles and columns.

Tom teaches Denver, Colorado, Heritage Tourism, Historic Preservation, Mining & Railroads, National Parks History, U.S. West, and Western Art & Architecture courses at CU Denver, as well as conducting tours of the highest state and the Mile High City for the Smithsonian Institution and the History Colorado. Tom writes a regular column for the Sunday Denver Post Perspective section and also appears on Denver KUSA Channel 9's "Colorado & Company" as Dr. Colorado. Tom also directs The Center for Colorado & The West at the Denver Public Library.

from the author’s website at http://www.dr-colorado.com/

Location: L2 Church, 1477 Columbine Street, Denver, Colorado 80206 (Colfax & Columbine)

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