Leopold Guldman’s Humboldt Street Mansion, Interior View

Description

The lavish interior of Guldman’s Humboldt Street mansion was a symbol of his financial and social prestige. In addition to ornate sitting rooms, the mansion included a solid marble staircase in the entryway, a swimming pool, a billiard room, and a bowling alley in the basement

Source and Copyright

Medium Black and White Photograph
Source Beck Archives, Special Collections, Penrose Library and CJS, University of Denver
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