If you ever find your mind wondering about the histories of some of the neat old buildings you encounter whilst wandering about town, you may find those pangs of wonderment satiated in this third edition of Brief Histories of Beautiful Buildings. Once again, Tim Scanlon gently guides us through Colorado Springs’ past to uncover the secrets held between the bricks and mortar. Visit Part I of the series, HERE and Part II, HERE.

Shepard’s Citations Building, 420 N Cascade Ave.

Shepard’s Citations Building

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The Peak Theater, 115 East Pikes Peak Ave.

Peak Theater

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Waugh Residence, 6 Boulder Crescent

Waugh Residence

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Carnegie Library, 21 W Kiowa St.

Carnegie Library

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One Response to Brief Histories of Beautiful Buildings, Part III

  1. Michael A. Berniger says:

    Fancinating and informative! Thanks.

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