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Henry Roth House, Postscript

– by M. Thornton We met Dianne Roth and her father Milton last year, when they stopped by our house at 5 South Fox Street, the bungalow and compound that Henry Roth had built. Dianne, Henry’s granddaughter, sent this news … Continue reading

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The Jonas Brothers (Real and Retro)

— by M Thornton Buckfifty has become my biography, the story of Denver before I arrived, the story of Denver that I live, and the story that gives credence to the Denver of the future. Here’s one more tidbit, and … Continue reading

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North Denver and Me

— by Michael Thornton North Denver was settled later than other parts of the city of Denver. A river called the Platte – or “flat” is what I knew the translation to be – divided most of the city, Denver … Continue reading

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The Henry Roth Houses on Fox Street

by Michael Thornton This is a statement submitted in an application for a house in the Baker neighborhood to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. As a result of this successful application a new term for the … Continue reading

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