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Real Estate Broker/Owner - Palm Realty - BK3273458
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Imagine coming home from work one night right before Thanksgiving on a beautiful Colorado day to find half of the roof of your house gone!  That is exactly what happened to one Colorado family this week.  No they had not contracted for a new roof.  But someone obviously thought that they had.  Du...
Costing $65,000 and having nearly 16,000 sq/ft, the Stoiber-Reed-Humphreys Mansion was built for mining tycoon Edward Stoiber and his wife Lena in 1907.  Located at 1022 Humboldt Street the Stoiber-Reed-Humphreys Mansion backs to the west side of Historic Cheesman Park and was entered into the Na...
At times, writing about Historic Homes of Denver is distressing because it becomes so evident how MANY Architectural Gems that Denver has lost over the years. The gold rush of the late 1800's brought an enormous amount of wealth to Denver very quickly.  As fast as miners could pull gold and silve...
Each year as Thanksgiving approaches, my thoughts go to Daddy Bruce Randolph.  A Denver legend, Daddy Bruce Randolph was born in Arkansas in February of 1900.  Daddy Bruce Randolph left home at 15 to earn his living working in the mines, as a mule driver and as a water boy.Daddy Bruce Randolph op...
I have been going to the on the southwest corner of Evans and High since it opened in 1978. After having lived and traveled throughout the Middle East, I know Middle Eastern food and really enjoy making it at home.  But honestly, I don't always have the time, and that's when I head down to the Je...
I have made enough references to Central City in my previous blogs that I thought a bit of history on this pivotal town was in order.  A miner by the name of John Gregory discovered gold in 1859, 35 miles west of Denver.  Known as "The Gregory Lode", word spread fast that gold had been found, and...
Clara Brown was one of Denver's first early black pioneers.  Born in 1800, Clara Brown was born a slave in Virginia.  During her childhood, Clara Brown was sold several times eventually ending up in Kentucky.  At the age of 18, Clara Brown married her husband Richard, also a slave.  Clara Brown a...
Mattie Silks was Denver's best known Madame.  She ran several brothels, but perhaps her most well known was Mattie Silks House of Mirrors. Born in Kansas in 1846, Mattie Silks was a petite girl with blue eyes who imitated the look of British singer Lily Langtry.  By the age of 18, Mattie Silks wa...
Augusta Tabor was the 1st wife of Horace Tabor and part of one of the most infamous love triangles in Colorado History.Augusta Tabor was born Augusta Pierce in March of 1833 in Augusta, Maine (you had to wonder where that name came from!).  Born into a stable, educated, hard-working middle class ...
Although his second wife, Baby Doe Tabor, receives much attention in modern day discussions, it is well worth learning a little bit about Horace Tabor the "Silver King" of Colorado to understand the dynamics that were in play over 100 years ago.Horace Tabor is commonly referred to as the "Silver ...

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