Leadville, CO Tenderloin District Fire, Nov 1914
RELICS OF PIONEER DAYS DESTROYED
LEADVILLE, Colo., Nov. 19.—A half block of buildings mostly flimsy wooden structures famed as the saloon and dance hall district of the pioneer mining days was destroyed by fire early today. The damage was comparatively light.
Tucson Daily Citizen, Tucson, AZ 19 Nov 1914
HISTORIC TENDERLOIN SWEPT BY FIRE AT LEADVILLE
LEADVILLE, Colo. Nov. 19.—The Leadville tenderloin district, famous for its saloons and dance halls in the pioneer days of violence and riotous celebration of sudden wealth, was swept away by fire early today. The damage was not heavy, as most of the buildings were flimsy wooden shacks which had stood since the boom days following the discovery of silver in the hills. The fire started in a rooming house over a saloon and dance hall.
Salt Lake Telegram, Salt Lake City, UT 19 Nov 1914