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Treat Hall

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    Treat Hall was the only building on the Colorado Women's College campus when it opened in 1909. It was located several miles east of Denver on a twenty-acre site donated by Job A. Cooper.
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  • Enlarged Treat Hall

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    In 1916, the original Treat Hall (right) was expanded with a four-story brick addition to the north (left).
    Enlarged Treat Hall
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References: 

Steve Fisher, The University of Denver: A History (Charleston, SC: History Press, 2014).

Lyle D. Hansen, “Treat Hall,” National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form (April 27, 1977).

Paul Moore, “Treat Hall Takes Historic Turn,” Denver Business Journal, March 28, 2006.

Ed Sealover, “Johnson & Wales Completes $32 Million in Campus Renovations,” Denver Business Journal, August 26, 2015.

Ed Sealover, “Johnson & Wales Launches $30 Million Renovation of Denver Campus,” Denver Business Journal, May 7, 2014.

Wallace B. Turner, Colorado Woman’s College, 1888–1982: The Story of a Dream (Marceline, MO: Walsworth, 1982).

Additional Information: 

Allen D. Breck, From the Rockies to the World, 2nd ed. (Denver: University of Denver, 1997).

Richard R. Brettell, Historic Denver: The Architects and the Architecture, 1858–1893 (Denver: Historic Denver, 1973).

Thomas J. Noel, Denver Landmarks and Historic Districts: A Pictorial Guide (Niwot: University Press of Colorado, 1996).

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