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"At the end of the elevator lobby is a drinking fountain with geese settling into a lake at evening; a lone telephone line supplies the one contact with civilization."

Notes: True also designed the drinking fountain and surrounding mosaic, as well as the employee cafeteria and the 15th floor auditorium.


(Please note that the italicized text accompanying the murals is adapted from a 1929 pamphlet put out by the telephone company to promote the murals and the building. To continue a Guided Tour and move on to the Working in the Palace/Building Tour section, click here.


Front of Exhibit
Building Site History
Local History of Communications
Architecture and Construction
Murals
Working in the Palace and Tour
Arapaho and Schooners
Growth of Denver
Skid Row
Building Site Chosen
Smoke Signals
Pony Express
Trains and Telegraphs
Local Phones
The Drawing Board
Construction
In Use
14th St Outer
14th St Inner
Curtis St Outer
Curtis St Inner
And More
Basements
Main Floor
Even Floors
Odd Floors
Fourteenth Floor
Fourteenth Floor Museum
Fifteenth Floor







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