The Clayton neighborhood of Denver is just minutes from downtown to the north west. It was named after its most prominent landmark, the Clayton College. George W. Clayton came to Denver in 1859 and opened a store at 15th and Larimer streets. One of Denver's early millionaires, Clayton also invested in real estate. After losing his wife and infant child, Clayton decided to make a will in 1892 providing a trust for a school "to protect orphan white boys through their tender years in the rough environment of the early west." This school is now known as Clayton College
A major era of construction ran from 1945 to 1959. It was characterized by one story brick homes, similar to the structures built in many of the post-war subdivisions. The construction of a parkway along East 32nd Avenue between 1948 and 1951 provided a major route to Stapleton International Airport from the central business district.
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