|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Title||Maurice L. Potter|
|Description||Black and white photograph of Maurice Lee Potter standing in his front yard located at 15260 West 44th Avenue in Golden, Colorado. The home was one of seven residences built by Orville Dennis to accomodate military personnel returning home after World War II. The photograph is taken looking west toward North Table Mountain that can be seen in the photograph. Also seen in the photograph over the right shoulder of Maurice L. Potter is the Fairmount Loch Lomand Grange and the old Fairmount school. A dated flat bed truck is seen in the photograph heading east on West 44th Avenue. This photograph was taken of Potter as he prepared to board the train to Denver that was located at the bottom of the hill behind his house. The train took Potter to the University of Denver downtown campus where he was registered as a student.|
|Copyright||All rights belong to Golden History Museums, City of Golden without restriction.|
|Caption||Maurice L. Potter|
Potter, Maurice Lee
Potter, Dennis L.
Loch Lomond Grange #76