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- Resource Number: 49
- Historic Building Name: Decker & Son Mortuary/Nolan's Funeral Home
- Current Building Name: Nolan's Funeral Home
- Address: 225 N. Weber St.
- Architectural Style: Modern Movements
- Year Built: 1925, 1954
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This building is associated with the funerary business in Colorado, having served as a funeral home since its construction in 1925. The original architect is unknown, but the first business was the Decker & Son mortuary, which operated until 1933.
Charles R. Nolan acquired the building for his mortuary and ambulance service in 1935; his family resided on the second floor. The current front of the building was constructed in 1954 and included features for handicapped people, including ramps on the front and south, and special restroom facilities. The building is described as Modern style with its flat roof, decorative screen, arcaded porch with flared porte cochere, decorative arched window and curved entrance wall. State Register eligible.