|Prospero Frazzini||San Diego
& Arizona RR Home
Oct 2005 - Here is an article by Fredrick Bauer about the Rollins Pass Route. In it he mentions this scene and the Italian American Bank.
|Title||Moffat Road Terminals, Denver|
|Summary||Moffat Road station (Denver and Salt Lake Railroad, formerly Denver, Northwestern and Pacific), 15th (Fifteenth) Street and Bassett, Denver, Colorado; engine number 109 loading on track one, excursion train loading on track four, two railroad coaches on track two; trolley in distance; horse-drawn delivery wagon (Adams Express Company) backed up with supplies being loaded onto train; "Moffat Road" sign and billboard; other signs includes "White & Bower, Wholesale Hay", "Cremo Cigars", and "Drink Zang's Beer"; Frazzini & Brother (Felix & Prospero) Banchieri e Commerciant (2138 15th - Italian American bank); edge of gas expansion tank behind Moffat Depot.|
|Date||[1908 or 1909].|
|Photographer||McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.|
|Collection||McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957|
Used with permission : ©Denver Public Library, Western History Collection (http://photoswest.org).
Click on each 640 x 512 image for a 1280 x 1024 version.
|Here is a screen shot that is roughly the same
as the original photo. In
the background are Prospero's store, the Zang brewery, the gas
expansion tank and The Walker
Manufacturing Company. You can also see the Moffat Road Billboard,
the White & Bower Wholesale Hay Store (phone: Champa 951) and a
horse-drawn delivery wagon (Adams Express
|Here is a close up of the Prospero Frazzini
& Bros. Italian-American Bank and
Banchieri e Commercianti, 2138 15th Street, Denver, CO. In the
background "Drink Zang's Pilsner Beer".
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