Photograph of two volunteers sitting at quilting during the Living Local event at the Four Mile Historic Park. According to the volunteer the quilt was created as an "ownership" project by a 2007-2008 elementary school class. Each student had a square where they put their names, age and what they liked about visiting the Four Mile House. After its completion it will be hung in the Bee House at the park.
Schulz-Neef house in Whittier neighborhood. Former home to Max Neef and family for three generations. Max and his brother, Fredrick, were founders and owners of Neef Brothers Brewery, one of the largest breweries in Colorado in its day. Also former home of Reynelda Mews, first African American news anchor and first woman news anchor in the state. Her husband, Daniel Mews, was City attorney for City and County of Denver for many years. In addition, the Nonakas, a Japanese refugee family from Camp Amache owned the home for two generations after WWII.