Architectural detailing on the James Russell Lowell Building
Call Number: Poet's Row Born Digital
Title: Architectural detailing on the James Russell Lowell Building
Creator(s): Hamilton, Kinsey
Summary: The first building to be named after a literary figure was built in 1936 by architect Charles D. Strong. The style is Twentieth-century Modern and Art Deco. James Russell Lowell was a poet, editor, critic and diplomat that lived from February 22, 1819 to August 12, 1891. Photograph is a close-up of the architectural detailing on the facade of the James Russell Lowell building on Poet's Row in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Denver.
Date: 2010 April 28
Physical Description: 1 photographic print: color
Is Part Of: Poet's Row Born Digital Collection
Subject (topic): Poet's Row--Colorado--Denver.
Subject (geographic): Capitol Hill; Capitol Hill Denver (Colo.)
Rights: Contact Western History/Genealogy Dept. Denver Public Library, Denver, Colorado
Digital Origin: born digital
Street Address: 1020 Sherman St
Zip Code: 80203