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The Norgren Company manufactured pneumatic products. The building was sold to the City of Englewood in 1965 for the city offices and library. The building was demolished in 2003.
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The C. A. Norgren Co. manufactured pneumatic products. The building was sold to the City of Englewood in 1965 for city offices and the library.
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South Broadway is in the center of the photo running from left to right. Old Englewood City Hall in upper right. Lowell School in middle left.
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This building was originally the Tuileries Dance Pavilion. It later was sold to the National Film Co., then to Alexander Industries and finally to the City of Englewood. The building was bought for $14,500. Note the Griffin on top of the building. The Griffin is now located in the main stairway of City Center.
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This building was once the dance hall for Tuileries Amusement Park. It was later bought by the National Film Co. It was then sold to Alexander Industries and finally to the City of Englewood. The city bought the building and some land for $14,500. Note the Griffin behind the flag pole on the top of the building. The griffin now stands in the main stairway of City Center.
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The view looking North on South Broadway.
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Photo taken in front of Gene Herzog's Drug Store during the flood of 1913.
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This photo was taken from the roof of Lowell School in the 3500 block of S. Sherman. The view is to the West toward S. Broadway. Hampden is along the right. Loretta Heights is barely visable in the distance.
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The snowstorm of 1946. The Public Service building in the left center of the photo was located at 3434 S. Broadway. The view is to the South.
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The snowstorm of 1946. Englewood Furniture was located on 3378 S. Broadway. Next to it was Chalmerse and Louise Hair Salon at 3372 S. Broadway. The view is to the North.
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The snowstorm of 1946. The Texaco in the center left of the photo was located at 3499 S. Broadway. The view is to the North.
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The snowstorm of November 1946 showing the intersection of S. Broadway and Hampden. The view is to the East along Hampden.
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A photograph of the collapsed roof from the weight of snow at Kortz-Lee Jewelry after a November 1946 Blizzard.
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Looking north on Broadway past Mastny Studios at 3356 South Broadway. This photo was taken after the 1946 blizzard.
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The snowstorm of November 1946 in front of the Colorado Central Power Co. at 3470 S. Broadway.
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The Post Office under construction. The view is to the East across Broadway. In the background is Columbine Greenhouse at 3333 S. Sherman and St. Louis Catholic Church.
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This building was originally J.C. Jone's barn. It later became L.V. Henning and Son Coal.
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The Continental National Bank Building.