Archive for July, 2016

Congratulations to Steve Turner and Patricia Limerick as Partner Leaders of History Colorado

Steve Turner, as the new executive director of History Colorado, will join forces with Patricia Limerick, author of The Legacy of Conquest and A Ditch in Time and is considered one of the leading historians of the American West and a professor of history and environmental studies at the University of Colorado in Boulder. They will enthusiastically continue the development […]

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Found, a Great New Antique & Artisan Mall in Wheat Ridge

Check out the new Found Antique and Artisan Mall located at 4501 Wadsworth Boulevard in Wheat Ridge. They are “passionate about unique pieces…old and new.” New dealers can apply at www.foundantique.com. Get in on the ground floor of this new mall. There is 12,000 sq. ft. to fill. More info, call 303-463-7796

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McAllister House Museum in Colorado springs Captures a Bygone Era

McAllister House Museum in Colorado springs Captures a Bygone Era

When most of the houses of the some 240 residents of Fountain Colony, later known as Colorado Springs, were little more than temporary timber shelters, Major Henry McAllister and his wife Elizabeth Couper McAllister built a house of bricks.   The house plans were prepared by the Philadelphia architect, George Summers, who also designed General Palmer’s Glen Eyrie residence and […]

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Rocky Mountain Antique Festival Hosts Antique Dealers from 16 States at the Ranch Events Complex in Loveland, July 9 & 10

Treasure hunters are eagerly anticipating the Rocky Mountain Antique Festival, slated for July 9 & 10 at the Ranch Events Complex, 5280 Arena Circle in Loveland, Colorado. Produced by Heritage Event Company, the show is billed as one of the most diverse antiquing events this year, featuring dealers from sixteen states who are joining the event from as far away […]

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What Is It? July 2016

What Is It? July 2016

We had several correct answers for our July What Is It? Ann Moore of Georgetown, Colorado pointed out that this “3-bladed medical bladed fleam was used on humans or animals. Rarely did the bleeding process have any therapeutic value. Being bled contributed to the death of George Washington. This has a horn handle.” Fred Clark of Colorado Springs, Colorado points […]

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