Information on houses, mansions, farms and other dwellings located in the United States that were once a private residence and have been converted into a museum because of the historic significance of its architecture, location, resident(s) and/or event(s) that took place there located in Colorado.
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Boulder History - Harbeck-Bergheim House
Built in 1899-1900 by J.H. Harbeck and his wife, Katherine Ardell Hammell Harbeck, and houses the Boulder Museum of History.
Cozens Ranch Museum
Includes photographs of early life in the Fraser Valley.
Originally property was built by Joseph Watson in 1867 and later remodeled and vastly enlarged by his British brother-in-law William Arthur Hamill in 1879, includes images and family information located at Georgetown.
Historic Georgetown, Inc.
Residential interpretation of the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Historic Landmark District includes Hamill House, Bowman-White House, Kneisel House, Tucker-Rutherford Cottage and the Johnson Log Cabin.
History Colorado: Healy House Museum and Dexter Cabin
James V. Dexter's surprisingly plush 1879 log cabin and August R. Meyer's 1878 Greek Revival clapboard house (now called Healy House), and includes general information, exhibitions, programs and store located at Leadville.
History Colorado: History of the House
Built in 1883 by Rocky Mountain News publisher Williams Byers. Provides a short article about their lives there.
Molly Brown House Museum
Learn about the life and times of "Unsinkable" Molly Brown in her restored Victorian home in Denver, Colorado.
Built in 1893, the 37 room mansion was home to the John A. and Margaret Thatcher family and named for Mrs. Thatcher's favorite flower, and includes tours and locales, events and calendar located at Pueblo.
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