Wild West


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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