Denver, Colorado, Knights Templar Triennial Conclave, c1913

The Knights Templar, a fraternal organization of the Freemasonry, placed a sculpture of a knight at the end of the conclave�s Court of Honor, a ceremonial space that covered four blocks of Champa Street during the mid-August celebrations. During the opening parade, Templars marched in full regalia, and the Court�s grandstand held 30,000 spectators, including the Colorado governor and Denver mayor.


Denver, Colorado, Knights Templar Triennial Conclave, c1913

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