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Pacific Express Stables – Francis J. Fisher Building – National Register of Historic Places – Denver, CO

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

National Registry of Historic Places:

Courtesy of History Colorado http://www.historycolorado.org/ CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE

Taken 1983 – Denver CO – History Colorado

Taken 1983 – Denver CO – History Colorado – CLICK FOR FULL PDF

PACIFIC EXPRESS STABLE/
FRANCIS J. FISHER BUILDING

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The two-story red brick commercial style building was constructed in 1888 and used as a stable for the Pacific Express Company until circa 1910. The company delivered railroad freight and housed the company’s wagons on the first floor, with the horses at basement level and their hay and grain stored on the second. In 1913, Francis J. Fisher bought the building and remodeled it into a warehouse for his specialty building supply business. – Creating Your Community – Denver Public Library

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