An interesting study as to how downtowns have changed. Here, a part of downtown Denver in the depression era with the businesses and building owners listed. Shows the diversity that was the heart of the city, as a Oil & Gas company could be next to a paper company, next to a furniture shop, next to a barber, not far from the Seminary. This map spans from Larimer and 14th street, up to 18th and Glenarm. A rare and solid reference for this part of town.
Condition is very good. Nicely hand colored. Image size is approximately 21 x 28 (inches)