1893 - Fire
DENVER, Jan. 6. - One of the largest fires that ever occurred in this city started at 10:45 last night in the oil room of the E. A. Halleck Paint, Oil, and Glass Company, in the Halleck Building, and soon spread to the adjoining houses. The loss is estimated at $290,000, divided as follows: Eaton, Ritchell & Co., hardware, $25,000: Halleck Paing, Oil and Glass Company, $65,000; Denver Stamping Company, $90,000; Western Laundry Company, $10,000; F. A. & Charles Salleck, building, $100,000; National Cracker Company nominal. The insurance is about half of the above figures.
The New York Times
January 7, 1893
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