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293 Roslyn Street, Denver, Colorado 80230

Dedicated just fourteen days before the bombing of Pearl Harbor, Building No. 27 was the first church built at Lowry. The simple Colonial Revivalesque clapboard structure is a rare surviving example of many such standard military-design chapels built across the nation. President Dwight Eisenhower and his wife, Mamie, attended church here in 1953-55 when Lowry became the summer White House. When three duplicate wooden chapels were demolished at Lowry in the 1970’s, the Eisenhower connection saved this chapel. Now used for a variety of uses from weddings to public meetings, it is a centerpiece for the community and managed by the Lowry Foundation. It is both a national and Denver historic landmark.

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