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Eisenhower Chapel photo by Tom Noel. | by DPL Western History/Genealogy
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Eisenhower Chapel photo by Tom Noel.

Call Number AUR-444

Summary View of the Eisenhower Memorial Chapel at 203 Roslyn Street in the Lowry Field neighborhood of Denver, Colorado. Shows the side elevation (south) of a one-and-one-half story Colonial Revival-style church when the building was being moved. The church, also known as Chapel No. 1, was constructed in 1941 as part of the former Lowry Air Force Base.

Date {between 2002 and 2008?].

Creator Noel, Thomas J. (Thomas Jacob)

Collection Tom Noel photograph collection. notebook ; Little Raven, LoDo, and Lowry.

Notes Title and content derived from inventory prepared by Jacquelyn Ainlay-Conley.

From inventory: "Dwight Eisenhower and his wife Mamie lived on the base in the summers of 1953, 1954, and 1955, while he was president. They attended services at this church. The photograph was taken after the building was slightly moved."

Scanned image from loaned collection.

Source Tom Noel.

Medium 1 slide : color.

Copyright Copyright restrictions applying to use or reproduction of this image available from the Western History/Genealogy Dept., Denver Public Library.

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Taken on January 4, 2010