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Colorado's historic hotels.


Colorado's historic hotels.

Clark, Alexandra Walker.

History Press


239 pages




True to its title, this book brings to life the histories of Colorado's hotels; those now defunct and those still thriving. Chapters are divided regionally, from the eastern flatlands to the scenic, mountainous western areas. Now and then pictures in black and white and color bring to life the people who built them, lost them and made fortunes. Some are briefly mentioned, while the famous Stanley Hotel in Estes Park and the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs are provided a more in-depth historical perspective.

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Date:Dec 1, 2011
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