Denver, CO

Photo was taken by Harry Rhoads in 1920 (courtesy of the Western History Department of the Denver Public Library)

Denver was one of three cities in Colorado to get a National Humane Alliance fountain along with Grand Junction and Colorado Springs. Denver got theirs in 1907 and installed it in the Civic Center Distric where Colfax, Tremont, and 13th Streets intersect and it is still basically in the same location.

In 1910, Denver removed, restored and refurbished its fountain close to the original location and here's a great video with its history:



For more on the National Humane Alliance Fountains click here.

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