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The Palace Hotel, a $20,000 three-story brick building designed by Charles J. Anderson and owned by Ambrose Ramsey, was built at 204 N. F Street during 1906-09. Distinctive features of the building’s façade were a heavily ornamented parapet with stone trim, corbelling, and half-round and rectangular inset panels with textured stucco, thick rock-faced stone lintel courses and narrow stone sill courses, paired...
Real estate appraisal card. 204 Lower (or North) F Street, pt. SE 1/4, SE 1/4, Sec. 32 T 50N R 9E, in Salida, Colorado. The Palace Hotel was erected in 1906 by Ambrose Ramsey. The Salida Mail reported: 'Plans and specifications are now being drawn by Architect Anderson for a two-story brick block to be erected by Mr. A. Ramsey on lots owned by him on lower F Street adjoining the Windsor Cafe. The building will be 48 x 100, the first floor to contain...