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 Named after George Washington Clayton, one of Denver's first business leaders and philanthropists, this neighborhood is home to the former Clayton College, a boys orphanage from 1911-1957, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Also in the area is the City of Nairobi Park, named for one of Denver's sister cities. The flag's design is based off the early plan for the Clayton College, using the colors of the Kenyan flag.

Clayton

Named after George Washington Clayton, one of Denver's first business leaders and philanthropists, this neighborhood is home to the former Clayton College, a boys orphanage from 1911-1957, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Also in the area is the City of Nairobi Park, named for one of Denver's sister cities. The flag's design is based off the early plan for the Clayton College, using the colors of the Kenyan flag.


 Named after George Washington Clayton, one of Denver's first business leaders and philanthropists, this neighborhood is home to the former Clayton College, a boys orphanage from 1911-1957, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Also in the area is the City of Nairobi Park, named for one of Denver's sister cities. The flag's design is based off the early plan for the Clayton College, using the colors of the Kenyan flag.

Named after George Washington Clayton, one of Denver's first business leaders and philanthropists, this neighborhood is home to the former Clayton College, a boys orphanage from 1911-1957, now on the National Register of Historic Places. Also in the area is the City of Nairobi Park, named for one of Denver's sister cities. The flag's design is based off the early plan for the Clayton College, using the colors of the Kenyan flag.