Much has changed since Denver was dubbed "Queen City of the Plains" over a century ago. Denver’s birth coincided with the dawn of the photography age and so the transformation from frontier town to metropolis has been recorded at every step of the way. Denver Then and Now is a journey through the life of the Mile High City and a tribute to its ever-changing façade, chronicling the sad losses but also the preservation triumphs.Locations include: Union Station, Lower Seventeenth Street, Larimer Square, Palace Theatre, The Old Elephant Corral, Old City Hall, Tabor Opera House, City Auditorium, Curtis Street, Paramount Theater. Kittredge Building, Republic Building, Daniels and Fisher Tower, Denver Gas and Electric Building, Post Office, Colorado Bank, Brown Palace Hotel, Milwaukee Brewing, Denver Club, Coors Brewery, Denver Bears and Montclair.
About The Author
Joshua Dinar has worked as a contributing editor for Ski magazine and as the editor in chief of Inside Denver. He is the publisher of Dining Out Magazine in Denver. Jeffrey Steen has done extensive freelance writing for OutFront Colorado, YellowScene magazine, the Denver Post, and other regional media. They both live in Boulder.