As we said in our presentation, there was very limited well… everything. It seemed as if the Lodo History book she had focused solely on the architecture and design of early Denver. There are plaques and other small signs that explain and point out historic landmarks, but none seem to be very noticeable. The book featured pictures of the original building or landmark, then it had about 500-1000 words worth of an explanation. The excerpts explained classic design and its significance. There was no audio, or video. They really don’t even have Social Media that’s accessible.




Primary Genres

The primary genres/forms of media occupying the venue are limited to plaques on the sides of some historic buildings and mainly advertisements on the sides of posts. In addition, “Historic Denver” can be found at the top of some of the street signs.