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A Stunning Look at Denver in 1898: See the City in Color!

Get a stunning look at Denver in 1898 with this amazing color photochrom. Zoom in to see the amazing details and don't miss the great shot of Pike's Peak and Colorado Springs.
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What did Denver look like in the 19th century? How about in color?

Check out this great photochrom of the city back in 1898. It’s pretty amazing. Click on it for a better view and you’ll be able to zoom in on some amazing details. Also, don’t miss this great shot of Pike’s Peak and Colorado Springs, also in color.

1898 view of Denver, Colorado in color

Source: Library of Congress

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