African-American History in Denver

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Katherine Hueston writes, Charleszine Terry Nelson is a staff member at the Blair-Caldwell African-American Research Library.

Charleszine Terry Nelson is a staff member at the Blair-Caldwell African-American Research Library. The library has been in Denver for almost 8 years. The building first went under construction on February 20 th, 2002, was finished on February 20 th, 2003. The former mayor Wellington Webb and his wife Wilma Webb were the people who started the library which thy thought should be unique. The library was built at 2401 Welton St. This library is currently the biggest branch in the DPL system, the library consists of 40,000 sq. feet. On the 1 st floor of the building is just a normal library. On the 2 nd floor is an archive. And on the 3 rd floor is a museum of African -American people in Denver. People around the world even come to see the Blair-Caldwell Library. I really enjoyed going to the Blair-Caldwell African-American Research library.