(“Antlers Plaza Hotel” by Stewarts Commercial Photographers, 1969. Copyright Pikes Peak Library District, courtesy of Special Collections. Image Number: 013-332.)

Color photo of Antlers Plaza Hotel and Holly Sugar building at sunset, 1969.

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