Wild West

DOWNTOWN WITH MOLLY BROWN

In 1894 mining engineer James Joseph Brown, who’d made millions from the silver and gold mining operations in Leadville, Colo., bought wife Margaret Tobin Brown a fine little mansion in Denver’s fashionable and prestigious Capitol Hill neighborhood. Eighteen years later the “unsinkable Molly Brown” famously survived the demise of RMS . Today the couple’s historic home, which dates from the 1880s and survived its own near demise, survives as the Molly Brown House Museum. And what a story it has to tell.

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