“The Corral” was removed from Colorado Springs 50 years ago, and is displayed in the Byron Rogers Federal Courthouse in Denver.

In 1935, the Gazette proudly noted that Colorado Springs artist Frank Mechau had been commissioned to paint two murals for the downtown post office. Two years later they were installed, and there they remained until removed, probably in 1962 when the building was remodeled. No contemporary newspaper accounts document the removal of the murals. It […]

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