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Volunteer Fire Department, south crew. The photo was taken in Tuileries Park with horse car #2.
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This photo was taken in Tuileries Gardens.
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Pictured is an accident which occurred during a balloon ascension by Jennie Hall in 1909 at the Tuileries Amusment Park.
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The Tuileries Theater showed vaudeville and other productions in the early 1900's.
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A panoramic photo of Tuileries Motordome in June of 1912. (Photo is split in two, upper photo fits onto the right side of the lower photo).
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The entrance to Tuileries Park.
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Watermelon Days at the Tuileries. Back row, left to right: Minnie Sevier, Maggie Conine, Front, left to right Valencia Jones (Raup), Vera Terrell (Gillpatrick), unidentified young lady.
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Women boating on the lake at the Tuileries Amusement Park in 1906.
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The entrance to Tuileries Park at approximately 3385 S. Broadway. A band played in the balcony.
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Visitors ride the train at the Tuileries Amusement Park in the early 1900's.
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The entrance to the Tuileries Park located at approximately 3385 S. Broadway.
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The front gate at Tuileries Amusement Park about 1910.
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The little train at the Tuileries Park in the early 1900's. The Tuileries, opened in 1906, was an amusement park extending from Broadway to the railroad and from Hampden to Floyd. Attractions included a dance hall, roller skating rink, motorcycle race track, balloon ascensions, an oriental tea garden, and an outdoor theater, as well as a miniature train. (from Englewood, Colorado 1903-1978)