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Name The Briarwood Inn
Details Opened by Reid Pasko in 1979 in what was once the Steve Frederick Steakhouse at 1630 8th Street in Golden.

Associated Records

Image of 2015.072.043 - Fonds

2015.072.043 - Fonds

Folder contains narratives detailing the history of various Golden schools researched by Lorraine Wagenbach: - A narrative titled "Early Golden Schools" discussing the earliest schools in Golden -A timeline of school organizational developments for Golden schools ranging from 1860 through 1935; stapled to this is a list of very early Golden High School graduates, from the Class of 1920 through the Class of 1935 -A narrative titled "A Lost Button" discussing the history of the Colorado State Industrial School -A narrative titled "History Notes of Golden Junior High School" -A narrative titled "Mitchell Elementary School / 720 12th Street" discussing of the school and Roger Q. Mi

Image of 2017.064.006 - Newspaper

2017.064.006 - Newspaper

Newspaper, "The Golden High School Trident," Volume 125, Issue 1, September 1997. Articles on front page include: "Oldie but Goodie! / GHS celebrates 125 years of continuous schooling" and "Helen Kolin Ward: / One of oldest living GHS grads remembers the past." Other offerings in this edition include a page illustrating Golden Demons school icons from 1940 through 1997 and articles talking about American and Golden social and cultural history. 8 pp.

Image of 2008.010.071 - Negative, Roll Film

2008.010.071 - Negative, Roll Film

Aerial color photograph of the intersection of Colo Hwy 6 and State Hwy 58 on the west edge of Golden, Colorado. In the right forefront of the photograph is the restaurant known previously as Steve Frederick's Steak House and what is known today as the Briarwood. In the middle of the photograph is the Old Miner's Inn, an apartment building constructed by Morey Gibson in the 1960s. Towering above the Old Miner's Inn is Mount Zion that shows the scar of Welch's Ditch. This is a photograph of the mouth of Clear Creek Canyon.