National Geographic : 1932 Jul
AMONG THE PEAKS AND PARKS OF THE ROCKIES COLORADO'S CAPITOL RISES ABOVE DENVER'S CIVIC CENTER Golden dome and virile cowboy symbolize two of the industries that have had important parts in building the State. (c) National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Fred Payne Clatworthy RARE EGYPTIAN LOTUS BLOSSOMS ADORN A DENVER ESTATE The flowers of both land and water grow luxuriantly in mile-high Denver's sunny climate. The city has become in recent years one of the chief floral centers of the United States. Cut flowers from open gardens and greenhouses are shipped to all parts of the country, and even to Cuba and England.