Dana Crawford: 50 Years Saving The Soul Of A City

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History Colorado says
In 1965, Dana Crawford convinced some wealthy investors to buy a block of wobbly buildings on Jack Kerouac’s Skid Row, which she renovated into Larimer Square. Fifty years later, it’s still one of Denver’s most popular destinations. Crawford’s passion for preservation and for giving old buildings new economic life has become a catalyst throughout the city. Crawford biographer and Pulitzer Prize winner Mike McPhee shares how a woman unrivaled in courage, style and grace has resurrected the soul of the Mile High City.

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