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Edward T. Taylor House

  • Edward T. Taylor House

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    With its symmetrical design and front porch supported by white columns, the Taylor House is often described as Southern in appearance.
    Edward T. Taylor House
  • Entryway, Taylor House

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    The intricate woodwork in the Taylor House is done in mahogany from the Philippines and was supposedly dusted every day.
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References: 

Colorado Historical Society, “The Taylor House,” Historic Building Inventory Record.

Sandra Dallas, Gaslights and Gingerbread: Colorado’s Historic Homes, rev. ed. (Athens, OH: Swallow Press, 1984).

Pete Fowler, “Glenwood Springs Renovation Taylor-Made for Engineer,” Glenwood Springs Post Independent, March 25, 2008.

Jerry and Dena Hammar, “Edward T. Taylor House,” National Register of Historic Places Inventory—Nomination Form, May 13, 1986.

Additional Information: 

Jim Nelson, Glenwood Springs: The History of a Rocky Mountain Resort (Ouray, CO: Western Reflections, 1999).

Edward Thomas Taylor,” History, Art, and Archives, US House of Representatives.

Lena M. Urquhart, Glenwood Springs: Spa in the Mountains (Boulder: Pruett Publishing, 1970).

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