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1911 – Daniels & Fisher Tower, Denver

Architect: Frederick Sterner & George Williamson



Inspired by St. Mark’s Campanile in Venice but scaled down, the D&F Tower was built in 1911 to anchor the Daniels & Fisher Department Store. The tower barely escaped demolition in the 1970s when the remainder of the deparment store was demolished. It has since been restored.

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1900 – House at Ilkley, Yorkshire

Architect: Albert E. Kirk Perspective View & plan for Mr. H.B. McCarthy and published in The Building News.