Telephone Building (Denver, Colorado)

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Telephone Building
Telephone Building in Denver.jpg
Telephone Building (Denver, Colorado) is located in Colorado
Telephone Building (Denver, Colorado)
Location 931 14th St., Denver, Colorado
Coordinates 39°44′41″N 104°59′42″W / 39.74472°N 104.99500°W / 39.74472; -104.99500Coordinates: 39°44′41″N 104°59′42″W / 39.74472°N 104.99500°W / 39.74472; -104.99500
Built 1929
Architect Bowman, William N.; et al.
Architectural style Late Gothic Revival, American Perpendicular
Governing body Private
MPS Downtown Denver MPS
NRHP Reference # 04001555[1]
CSRHP # 5DV.522
Added to NRHP January 26, 2005

The Telephone Building is a building in Denver, Colorado, United States that served as the headquarters of the Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Company, later known as Mountain Bell. Constructed in a variant of the Gothic Revival style named "Modern American Perpendicular Gothic," the building was designed by local architect William N. Bowman. The new building, completed in 1929, was built to provide dial telephone service for the first time in Denver.[2]

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  1. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13. 
  2. ^ "Directory of Colorado State Register Properties: Denver City & County (S-Z)". Colorado Historical Society Office of Archaeology and Historic Planning. Retrieved 2009-06-18. 

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