"The booklet is the memories of University Park recounted by octogenarian Dr. Robert Shattuck who recalls the homes and the families who inhabited them during the earliest times of the Park's existence and community."
A newspaper clipping from September 19th, 1920 says, "The Conservatory of Music building at Fourteenth and Arapahoe streets, which is to be torn down. This building was erected in 1880 and was the first big building of the University of Denver."
Conservatories of music--Colorado--Denver.; Music education--Colorado--Denver.; Universities and colleges--Colorado--Denver--History.
Buchtel Boulevard is a 100 foot parkway between University Blvd. and Colorado Boulevard, named after Henry A. Buchtel. The enclosed documentation is part of the Application for the National Register of Historic Places for Buchtel Boulevard (Denver,...
Church publication for the Centennial Year of the University Park United Methodist Church. Publication highlights the history and role of the Church within the University Park community between the years 1894-1994.
Neighborhoods--Colorado--Denver--History.; Church buildings--Colorado--Denver--History.
Engraved memorial stone on Buchtel Blvd.: "In honor of University Park's Centennial 1886-1986, 'We seek to understand the truth about everything under the stars and above the stars.' Henry A. Buchtel, Governor, Chancellor, Minister, 1847-1924."