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- Amy Zimmer Historian, Colorado State Library; and co-author of "Showtime: The History of Denver's Performing Arts, Convention Centers, and Theatre Districts" (City of Denver Press)
- Tom Noel Professor, University of Colorado at Denver; co-author of "Showtime: The History of Denver's Performing Arts, Convention Centers, and Theatre Districts."
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