Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels
Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels
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Pair of American Beaux Arts Acacia Hotel Wrought Iron Architectural Panels

DETAILS
A pair of antique wrought iron, scrolled architectural panels originally used as balcony returns / sides and salvaged from a historic Colorado Renaissance Revival hotel.
PROVENANCE
Acacia Hotel (104 East Platte Avenue, Colorado Springs, Colorado, built 1907) Architect: Thomas MacLaren (Scottish-American, 1863-1928). MacLaren was active in Colorado Springs from 1894-1928. Builder: Roberts and Bishoff. This 150-room Renaissance Revival hotel featured 12-inch thick brick walls, electric lights, steam heat, telephones, a café, a ballroom, and sample rooms for traveling salesmen. It boasts views of the Acacia Park and Pike's Peak in the distance. A fourth floor was added in 1910. In 1989 it was converted to an apartment building.
STYLE
Beaux Arts
PERIOD
Early 20th century
DATE
1907
DIMENSIONS
(2) Width 12.5 Depth 1 Height 28.75 inches
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