History Colorado recently launched a database of selected items in its collection, including artifacts, photographs, and archival materials. The database launched with images of 80,000 items and is continuing to grow. This database is an excellent resource for researchers to find primary sources on Colorado’s history. Of course this database represents only a small percentage of History Colorado’s vast collections; if you do not find what you are looking for in the database, you can contact email@example.com regarding photographs or firstname.lastname@example.org regarding objects. To find out more about the history and stories of Colorado, check out History Colorado’s Colorado Heritage and its predecessor, Colorado Magazine, available from our library. Also be sure to check our library’s online catalog for further resources.
|This 1880s-era chair from one of the private boxes in the demolished Tabor Grand Opera House is an example of the artifacts that are available for viewing on History Colorado’s collections database.|
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