Sunday, May 07, 2006

what Ptelea does on her day off

I played on the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado yesterday while the students studied and took final exams!

Old buildings

Denison Laboratory
from the Boulder Public Library, Carnegie Branch:
DESCRIPTION: Collegiate Gothic, beige brick Gothic arched windows, castellated parapet, buttresses.
STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE: Denison Laboratory is one of the few buildings on the University of Colorado campus built in the Collegiate Gothic style, and is unique in its shape and color scheme.
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND: Built in 1911 as a medical laboratory, Denison Laboratory was a gift from the mother of Henry S. Denison in honor of her son. Mrs. Denison was the wife of Dr. Charles Denison, a prominent Denver physician who was an international authority on the treatment of tuberculosis.

Varsity Lake


2006 – Reflections of the Past

Macky Auditorium
Built in 1922


At 5:09 PM, Blogger SiouxZQue said...

Very cool how you posted a pic from the past and now your pics. I love old buildings --- grew up in a 200 year old New England tavern ---- if those walls could talk!


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