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Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

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“A Labyrinth of Charm,” Happy Home Chats vol.1, no. 16 (June 22, 1936).

Civilian Conservation Corps Legacy, “CCC Brief History,” 2015.

Denver Department of Parks, “Data on Red Rocks Park,” 1932.

Friends of Red Rocks, “Who We Are,” 2016.

Letter, Manager to Chief John F. Healy, June 2, 1941, Denver Department of Parks papers.

National Historic Landmarks Program,” National Park Service, 2015.

Tom Noel, Sacred Stones: Colorado’s Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre (Denver: Division of Theatres and Arenas, 2004).

Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, “Concert Archive: Previous Shows,” 2014.

Sally L. White, “John Brisben Walker, the Man and Mt. Morrison,” Historically Jeffco 18, no. 26 (2005).

Deon Wolfenbarger, “Red Rocks Park and Mount Morrison Civilian Conservation Corps Camp: Draft Nomination,” National Historic Landmarks Program (National Park Service), June 28, 2013.

Helen Worden, “Steel Gives Nature a Lift,” The World (1941).

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