The El Jebel Masonic Temple in Denver, Colorado, has a Moorish interior, featuring plaster carved with Arabic inscriptions. Muqarnas follow the ceiling coves; the walls are stenciled with arabesques, and columns flank scalloped arches. Veined marble edges tile floors; transoms and "Parlor" window are of leaded glass; a radiator is visible through the open double doors.
[between 1907 and 1910?]
Formerly F39530.; Formerly X-11002151 and Z-46.; Image scanned from "Buildings and residences designed by Baerresen Bros. Architects" scrapbook (C MSS WH476); Title penciled on paper backing.; Library has additional iterations of this item: 1 copy negative and 1 copy photoprint.; R7110021512
1 photoprint on paper backing ; 25 x 20 cm. (10 x 8 in.)
Is Part Of
WH476 Buildings and residences designed by Baerresen Bros. Architects.
El Jebel Temple (Denver, Colo.)--1900-1910.; Denver (Colo.)--1900-1910.; Fraternal lodges--Colorado--Denver--1900-1910.; Interiors.
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Reproduction Available for Purchase
Yes (digital reproduction)
Type of Material
Film negatives.; Photographic prints.; Imaged.; Image