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Denver Women's Press Club (Burr Studio)
This picturesque English cottage has dark red brick walls and restrained ornament with bracketed hoods over the entrance and grouped front windows. The entrance hall has a low ceiling and small open staircase to a balcony overlooking the two-story, skylighted studio. George Elbert Burr, one of America's foremost etchers of natural scenes, built this as a home and studio after settling in Denver in 1906. After he moved to Phoenix, Arizona, in 1924, this became the Denver Women's Press Club.
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