My answer: sailor-rurouni
Yo, a question to you if you're still around. Where do you get the blurbs to accompany your photos? Do you do all your own research, or do you have one of those various history of Denver books they sell in all the Walgreens around here, or...?
I do have a few books of my own, but none are those Walgreens books you’ve mentioned (I know the ones you’re talking about).
You’ll notice that in some of my “blurbs” I have links contained within or at the very end of them. Those always happen to be online articles. I usually cross reference at least three different articles to make sure what I have is in fact the most accurate information I can possibly get without spending hours at a library.
Other information such as my articles on like West High School mostly comes from prior knowledge.
With regards to say The Central Presbyterian Church, I actually had a tour of the place by a prominent church member and took notes that I then used for the piece. There’s a few other places where I’ve received the information I needed from the place itself.
Lastly, here are the book that I personally own.
One contains some historical information of many prominent places in Denver and the other is the history of all Catholic Churches in the state of Colorado, which is handy as churches tend to have pretty interesting histories (religion as a subject fascinates me).
Thank you for the question!
Also, just a personal note, I’m sorry for the lack of recent updates. I have a new job that leaves me with little free time which unfortunately means less updating.
I do apologize for this and will still continue to try my best to show the many faces of my city.