Colorado comes next in order with a handsome structure in the style of Spanish renaissance. It is one hundred and twenty-five feet by forty-five feet, and is crowned with two slender towers eighty feet high. A handsome entrance forty feet wide leads to the inner rooms, which are filled with interesting exhibits. It is fitted with Tennessee marble and onyx in beautiful forms, while the red Spanish tiled roof gives a picturesque and pleasing effect.
©The World's Columbian Exposition 1893