HistoriCorps in the News

Historic Elitch Theatre in Denver could reopen soon after makeover

By Joe Vaccarelli Denver Post, YourHub Reporter Today's big-name Hollywood actors are lacking one commonality with their predecessors from 50-plus years ago: None got a start at the Elitch Theatre in northwest Denver. Grace Kelly, Vincent Price and Antoinette Perry all once graced the stage at the famed theater. One story has Kelly receiving the [...]

2017-01-24T13:09:26-07:00October 9th, 2014|Blog, HistoriCorps in the News, News|Comments Off on Historic Elitch Theatre in Denver could reopen soon after makeover

Appalachian Mountain Club to host presentation on Fabyan Guard Station Restoration

If you're in or around Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, join us Saturday evening, October 11, 2014 for a presentation on HistoriCorps' work at the Fabyan Guard Station in White Mountain National Forest, led by Sarah Jordan, Heritage Program Manager and John Rossi, HistoriCorps Project Supervisor. Sarah and John will provide an overview of the restoration project, [...]

2017-01-24T13:09:26-07:00October 3rd, 2014|Blog, HistoriCorps in the News|Comments Off on Appalachian Mountain Club to host presentation on Fabyan Guard Station Restoration

Devil’s Head Lookout Tower Rehabilitation – Partnering to Preserve 100 Years of Continuous Service

By Heather Grady, Insit Owner and HistoriCorps Support Staff Colorado Construction and Design Perched atop a rock outcropping in the Pike-San Isabel National Forest, Devil's Head Lookout Tower is the last fire lookout station in continuous operation in Colorado and claims a milestone in U.S. Forest Service history. Built in 1919 and augmented in 1951, [...]

2017-01-24T13:09:27-07:00April 29th, 2014|Blog, HistoriCorps in the News, News|Comments Off on Devil’s Head Lookout Tower Rehabilitation – Partnering to Preserve 100 Years of Continuous Service

Historic Baehrden Lodge in Jefferson County Opening for Tours

By Josie Klemaier YourHub Reporter, Denver Post PINE GROVE — A Midwestern electricity tycoon gave his family two choices: spend the summer sailing the world, or spend it in Colorado. Their decision led to a historic property for Jefferson County Open Space. Baehrden Lodge was built in 1927 at the very western edge of Jefferson [...]

2017-01-24T13:09:28-07:00April 28th, 2014|Blog, HistoriCorps in the News|Comments Off on Historic Baehrden Lodge in Jefferson County Opening for Tours