Historic Denver

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What began with the Molly Brown House Museum in late 1970 has expanded into a citywide historic preservation movement. Through advocacy, restoration work, and partnerships Historic Denver has secured a future for beloved Denver places and spaces, from the Paramount Theater to Union Station, the Dr. Justina Ford House to the 9th Street Historic Park, and the Baker neighborhood to the Lower Downtown Historic District. Today, fifty years into its work, Historic Denver engages the community through the Molly Brown House Museum, connecting visitors and students with themes from women’s suffrage to voting rights, and supports actions that honor our city’s cultural history. Current community efforts include bringing forward the story of Denver’s Chicano/a Movement in La Alma Lincoln Park, nominating sites for local landmark status, helping to shape the future of the Loretto Heights Campus and the National Western Center, finding preservation solutions for buildings in jeopardy, and creating an inventory of significant buildings and neighborhoods across the city through the Discover Denver project.

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