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Robert S. Roeschlaub

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  • A.T. Lewis and Sons buliding

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    Exterior photograph of the old A.T. Lewis and Sons building located in Denver. The building housed a succession of dry goods and department stores from 1891 to 1970, including Saloman's Bazaar (1891-95), A.T. Lewis and Son Department Store (1896-1932), and W.T. Grant Company (1940-70). Prominent Denver architect Robert S. Roeschlaub designed both the original 1891 building and the 1902 expansion.
    A.T. Lewis and Sons buliding
  • Central City Opera House

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    The Central City Opera House, originally opened in 1878, was renovated and reopened in the 1930s. Described as "the finest temple of the Muse west of the Missouri" and designed by architect Robert S. Roeschlaub, the oldest opera house in Colorado is constructed of Gilpin County granite, except for the top and sides.
    Central City Opera House
  • Chamberlain Observatory

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    View of the Chamberlin Observatory, 2930 East Warren Ave, in the Observatory Park Neighborhood of Denver. Designed by Robert Roeschlaub, the 1890 observatory has a rusticated sandstone exterior with an iron observatory dome, an arched entry with a voussoir arch, and a parapet with a cornice and dentils.
    Chamberlain Observatory

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