Denver, Colorado, The Mizpah Arch at Union Station, c1908

After its opening in 1881, Denver�s Union Station quickly became the nation�s portal to the growing city. Seeking to leave an impression on visitors, local business owners funded the construction of a grand arch spanning the roadway between the station and 17th Street. Originally, both sides of the arch were lettered to read, �Welcome,� but in 1908 the side facing away from the station was changed to read, �Mizpah,� a departure salutation in Hebrew.


Denver, Colorado, The Mizpah Arch at Union Station, c1908

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