The Denver Public Library was established in 1889 by City Librarian John Cotton Dana in a wing of Denver High School. In 1910, the library acquired a building of its own and was funded by Andrew Carnegie. In 1990, the city commission a new structure that was located on Broadway and 14th Street, and voters approved a 91.4 million done to ass onto the building. On December 6, 1990, it was named to the National Register of Historic Places. So next time Colorado has a rainy day, head down to the library and cozy up in a corner and read your favorite book!
Denver Public Library
W 14th Avenue