1904 Kearney Street, Denver records
Scope and Contents
Application binder for 1904 Kearney Street to be recognized and designated as a Landmark by the Landmark Preservation Commission.
- Fieger family (Person)
Language of Materials
Material is in English unless otherwise noted.
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
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Biographical / Historical
Otto Kappler (1865-1920) original owner of the home. Designed by George Louis Bettcher in 1912. After Kappler's death, the house changed hands from his wife, Amelia Kappler to Hugh Brown Cannon. Cannon with his wife Margaret Reynolds Cannon resided there until 1931. The home is a designated historical landmark.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of the Fieger family, 2007.
Catalog record based on preliminary inventory.
- Finding Aid for the 1904 Kearney Street, Denver,2006[manuscript]
- Finding Aid prepared from MARC data.
- Description rules
- Anglo American Cataloguing Rules
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Code for undetermined script