Decade after decade, Denver has pulled out all the stops to gussy itself up for the holiday season.
And one thing has been reliably unchanged for decades: Civic Center is the crown jewel of the city’s light displays.
Union Station and 16th Street make a pretty good showing, too, though. Take a look:
Civic Center, 1930
Union Station, circa 1920-30
Civic Center, 1929
Gas and Electric Building, 1930
Civic Center, 1940
A “singing tree” of West High School students, 1946
Civic Center, 1953
16th Street, 1966
I found this very good dog in there.