The 1930s were a changing time in our country and Denver was no exception. In addition to the Great Depression, drought, and impending war, the railroad industry was continually changing, nearby mines were drying out, and yet life went on. To get a better idea of what the Mile High City looked like around this time, check out these 11 rare photos of Denver in the mid-1930s:
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