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COLORADO PRESERVATION, INC. ANNUAL REPORT 2013

Building a Future with Historic Places

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The mission of Colorado Preservation, Inc., founded in 1984, is to promote historic preservation in our State by providing information, education, training, expertise and advocacy. We achieve this mission by partnering with historic property owners, non-profit organizations, educators and local governments throughout the Rocky Mountain region.

2013 Board of Directors Chair Rebecca Goodwin - La Junta Vice Chair, Front Range Ron Thompson - Greeley Vice Chair, Western Slope Dave Lively - Grand Lake Treasurer Karen J. Jonas - Denver Secretary Elizabeth Hallas - Golden Sen. James Isgar - Denver Julie Johnson - Denver Mike Metcalf - Eagle Greg Movesian - Denver Robert E. Musgraves - Denver Sen. Patricia Pascoe - Denver Marie Patterson - Greenwood Village Dominick Sekich - Denver Arianthe C. Stettner - Steamboat Springs Linda Towle - Cortez

Staff Jane V. Daniels, Executive Director With Colorado Preservation since 2008, Jane has helped to build partnerships with private and public agencies to enhance historic preservation across the state, providing technical assistance on preservation tax credits, real estate and finance, fundraising, volunteer coordination, and project planning and design. In addition to supervising staff and working with the Board and related committees, Jane also directs the strategic planning, visioning, financial and business administration, and overall programmatic initiatives of the organization.

Michelle M. Chichester, Projects Manager As the Projects Manager, Michelle oversees several projects and assists communities, other non-profit organizations and individuals with grant and preservation program management. In addition, Michelle coordinates rehabilitation and adaptive use projects including a large documentation and interpretation endeavor centered on homesteading in southeast Colorado, the Amache Barrack Relocation Project, and the restoration of the Montezuma Bank Building in Cortez.

Kelly L. Merrion, Conference Manager Kelly manages the development and execution of one of CPI’s signature initiatives, Colorado’s annual historic preservation conference, Saving Places. She is responsible for securing event funding, coordinating conference logistics, and directing staff and volunteers. Additionally, Kelly oversees the Dana Crawford and State Honor Awards and other events throughout the year. Along with the Executive Director and the Board of Directors, Kelly is also implementing a comprehensive development plan to advance the mission of CPI.

Rachel R. Parris, Programs Manager Rachel serves as Colorado Preservation, Inc.’s lead advocate for sites on its Most Endangered Places List, working with communities, site advocates, and property owners to advance the mission of Building a Future with Historic Places. Rachel educates communities on the importance of historic preservation while advocating for endangered resources. In addition to serving as the lead for the Colorado’s Most Endangered Places Program, Rachel works on preservation policy issues and preservation projects fundraising.

Board and Staff Colorado Preservation, Inc. Annual Report 2013

On the Cover: Fort Lyon


Dear Friends and Supporters, For Colorado Preservation, Inc., 2013 was a year marked with successes, challenges and re-evaluation of our roll in the preservation of Colorado’s remarkable historic resources. Having come through difficult challenges which threatened the very survival of our organization, CPI’s dedicated board and staff have refined our focus and strengthened our commitment to preservation, our supporters, and our many partner organizations and entities. While CPI continues its efforts and commitment to retire our debt, we also look forward to our 30th anniversary in 2014. Thanks to the vision and commitment of our founders, and past and present board and staff, Colorado Preservation, Inc. has assisted communities and individuals throughout the State. Through our Annual Saving Places Conference, the Most Endangered Places Program, the Dana Crawford and State Honor Awards Event, grant writing and management, project management and technical support, CPI has successfully demonstrated that Building a Future with Historic Places is more than a slogan. Some of the highlights for 2013 include: •

Development of a coalition of preservation, economic development, job creation and other organizations to advocate for the expansion of Colorado’s historic preservation tax credit

Establishment and adherence to a strict debt-reduction plan with the goal of discharging our debt, and insuring that CPI can continue to be relevant and a leader in the preservation of Colorado’s historic resources

A “Save” designation for Handy Chapel, a site listed on Colorado’s Most Endangered Places List in 2011 and later a project managed by CPI to ensure successful rehabilitation

Throughout 2013, several historic structures throughout Colorado have been affected by natural disasters, namely fires and floods. Colorado Preservation, Inc. partnered with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the History Colorado State Historical Fund to quickly and effectively assist property owners in need

Fort Lyon

Amache

As CPI enters our 30th year in 2014, we ask our friends, supporters, and former board members and staff to help us identify what preservation challenges will be faced in the future, as well as a vision and solutions for meeting those challenges. During 2014, we will be reaching out and inviting our alumni and supporters to join us for a 30th Anniversary Celebration which will include an opportunity to help us define CPI’s next thirty years. For the past three decades the generosity of supporters like YOU have made it possible for Colorado Preservation, Inc. to continue our mission and provide positive support and assistance to all areas of our remarkable State. I hope you will continue your commitment to helping us build a future with historic places. Sincerely,

Rebecca Goodwin 2013 Board Chair

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Dana Crawford

Dana Crawford, Evan Makovsky & Rebecca Goodwin

There is a significant body of evidence that suggests that historic preservation spurs downtown revitalization, creates jobs, promotes tourism, increases property values, reduces carbon footprints versus new construction, connects people with places, strengthens communities and much more. Preservationists have done an admirable job researching and documenting these benefits, yet historic preservation is often cast in an unfavorable light in the eyes of the public at large. The 2013 Saving Places Conference, The Language of Preservation: Building a Relevant Message for the 21st Century, focused on deconstructing the misunderstandings surrounding historic preservation and shaping messages that more clearly articulate the positive benefits of preservation efforts.

23nd Annual

Dana Crawford Celebration and State

Honor Awards

The Dana Crawford Award for Excellence in Historic Preservation recognizes individuals and organizations that have made a significant contribution toward preserving Colorado’s built environment. The award’s namesake, Dana Crawford, is a pioneer in saving historic buildings, many of which were viewed as eyesores. Evan Makovsky was presented with the 2013 Dana Crawford Award at the event held at History Colorado on May 8, 2013. Evan was honored for his notable achievements within Colorado’s architectural and preservation communities. The State Honor Awards recognize the efforts of those demonstrating excellence in historic preservation. 2013 State Honor Award awardees included Dick Beardmore

In coordination with the Conference theme, the Western Heritage Luncheon featured keynote speaker George Lakoff, Professor of Cognitive Science & Linguistics at the University of California at Berkeley. Professor Lakoff is one of the world’s best-known cognitive scientists and linguists and has worked with hundreds of progressive advocacy groups on issues ranging from the environment and health care to civil liberties and international relations. The 2012 Endangered Places Luncheon featured a keynote address by Terry Richey, Chief Marketing Officer for the National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP), discussing a recent NTHP study on local preservation organizations. Additional popular events at the Conference included an advocacy and outreach training session at the Colorado State Capitol; a roundtable focused on advancing the preservation trades and recruiting a new generation of crafts people; workshops addressing the principles and techniques necessary for the assessment, stabilization, preservation and maintenance of historic masonry structures; a session on how to write and manage a State Historical Fund grant; and a special screening of four episodes of the series The Colorado Experience by Rocky Mountain PBS.

for preservation leadership, Bill Mansheim for the rehabilitation of the Rex Gym, and the City and County of Denver: Parks and Recreation, Civic Center Conservancy, and Historic Denver, Inc. for their stewardship in the rehabilitation of Civic Center Park.

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Events

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HistoriCorps Demonstration

2013 Saving Places Conference


2013 Preservation Projects Services Available at Colorado Preservation

A Home on the Range - Las Animas and Otero Counties Community Radio Project - Cortez Como Depot - Como Granada Relocation Center (Amache) - Granada Handy Chapel - Grand Junction Mathews-Gotthelf Mansion - Denver

Preservation Services Colorado Preservaion, Inc. offers a variety of preservation-related services for individuals, organizations and communities, including grant writing, grant management, and National Register nomination writing. Colorado Preservation has been successful in attaining grants from a variety of funding agencies such as History Colorado’s State Historical Fund, the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Colorado Department of Local Affairs, the National Park Service, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, private foundations, and many others. Colorado Preservation also has decades of experience managing grants to keep projects on time and on budget. In addition, Colorado Preservation also has experience writing State and National Register Nominations. These processes are made simpler with the experience of Colorado Preservation Inc.’s staff. Community Radio Project - Sunflower Theater

Community Radio Project In 2013, Colorado Preservation, Inc. assisted Community Radio Project, Inc. in writing a successful grant to the State Historical Fund in order to repurpose the Montezuma Valley Bank Building. The building was historically the center of the community and through its restoration and adaptive reuse it will continue to be. This grant is for the final phase of the project, which will complete the interior preservation and rehabilitation of the original 1909 building which houses the radio station and the 1910 building addition which will be a community and performance space. The scope of work also includes a maintenance plan to ensure that the building is properly cared for in the future. Montezuma Valley Bank Building

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Most Endangered Places

Sites added to the Endangered Places List in 2013 included: The threat of demolition, neglect, natural forces, land value fluctuation, and unsympathetic owners led to the selection of five diverse and significant • Fort Lyon - Las Animas Most Endangered Places sites in 2013. The purpose of this list is to raise • Homesteading Resources of Escalante Canyon awareness of and build support for significant historic sites in Colorado Delta that are in danger of being lost. Each year we become aware of sites • Hotchkiss Barn - Hotchkiss across the state that are threatened. Colorado Preservation, Inc. devotes • Kennedy/Mancos Grain Elevator - Mancos considerable staff time and resources to raise funds and rally concerned • Sundial Plaza/Cranmer Park - Denver citizens so that listed sites can be saved.

Hotckhiss Barn This structure is a unique 19th century eclectic masonry barn. It is the oldest major building in the North Fork Valley surrounding the Town of Hotchkiss and reflects the agricultural nature of the area. It was built by Enos T. Hotchkiss, who led a group of settlers into the area in August 1881 and, as a result, became the town’s namesake. The barn itself is unique because of its twelve-inch thick walls of brick (about 100,000 bricks) and its tranverse timber frame structure. In 2010, a microburst left the building with 25% of its roof demolished and its brick walls shattered. In addition to being the oldest major building in the area, the Hotchkiss Barn provides an important visual connection to the original homesteaders who settled the area.

Hotchkiss Barn

Fort Lyon Fort Lyon, located near Las Animas along the Historic Santa Fe Trail, was completed by the U.S. Army in 1867, with a period of significance extending to 1956. The historic preservation issues at Fort Lyon are the result of decades of changing economics and public policy decisions at the state and federal levels. Today, the Fort is owned by the State of Colorado and managed by Bent County. Thanks to legislation passed in 2013, the Fort has been repurposed to house and provide training to homeless citizens of Colorado under a program administered by the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless.

Fort Lyon

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Waterwheel

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Sundial Plaza/Cranmer Park The land for Cranmer Park in Denver was acquired in 1908, with the first recorded reference to any site development occuring in 1923 when construction began on the terrazzo terrace. The original sundial, installed in 1941, was bombed by vandals in 1965. This incident prompted a community-wide effort to reconstruct a replica of the sundial, which was installed in 1966. Today, its current condition can be best described as disrepair to the point of near destruction. The sundial, the most distinct feature of the plaza, is stained and showing the ill-effects of time and weather. There is a great deal of community and local support for restoring this important East Denver landmark.

Sundial Plaza

Kennedy/Mancos Grain Elevator The Kennedy/Mancos Grain Elevator in Mancos was built in 1934 by Grady Clampitt. The structure is a square stacked silo with a pitched metal roof and sits on a poured concrete foundation with a small barn addition attached. The Elevator is in a prominent and highly visible location and is considered a landmark within the area. Although agriculture still plays a large role in the economy of the Mancos Valley, there are few structures reflecting the historic heritage of farming that once made the Valley famous. Unfortunately, the Grain Elevator is deteriorating due to a missing roof, and drainage issues are causing portions of the iconic stacked plank construction to fail.

Grain Elevator

Homesteading Sites

Walker Homestead

The homesteading sites of Escalante Canyon near Delta consist of the Walker Homestead, Captain Smith’s Cabin and the Waterwheel and Gunnison River Tract. These three homesteading sites are all unique to the Canyon area, not only for their manner of construction, but also for the historical elements attached to them. All three of the sites present themselves as community resources through which local citizens relate to their history. The homesteading sites have experienced severe deterioration due to a lack of maintenance, weathering, and vandalism.

Captain Smith’s Cabin

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Funding Sources

2013

Membership Dues

$

6,262

$

20,220

Restricted Donations & Matching Funds

73,772

61,605

Unrestricted Donations

97,497

50,055

648,762

362,600

15,715

32,114

Other Earned Income

113,887

241,480

Other Income

494,617 *

Grants Third-Party Grant Management Fees

TOTAL

72,941

$1,492,307

$841,753

Membership Dues Membership Dues

Restricted Donations & Matching Restricted Donations & Matching Funds Funds

Unrestricted Donations Unrestricted Donations Grants

Grants

Third-Party Grant Management Fees

Third-Party Grant Management Fees Other Earned Income

Other Income Income Other Earned In-Kind Donations

Revenues

Colorado Preservation, Inc. Annual Report 2013

Other Income In-Kind Donations

738

41,795

In-Kind Donations

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2012

* Effective as of January 1, 2013, CPI spun off its volunteer preservation program, HistoriCorps, into a new non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization (also called HistoriCorps). As a consequence, CPI stopped including the HistoriCorps financial results in its own financial statements as of that date. To provide better comparability between years, the HistoriCorps revenues and expenses for 2012 have been removed. “Other Income� for 2013 includes $494,350 associated with a 10-year, zero interest promissory note given by HistoriCorps to CPI for the value of the assets received by HistoriCorps from CPI in connection with the transaction.


Operating Expenses

2013

Direct Program Expenses

$

2012 †

640,003

$

370,142

Payroll

204,126

230,833

Facility

35,645

23,941

Consultants

11,010

11,375

Communications

11,229

10,404

1,250

1,213

Other General & Administrative

28,998

63,611

Interest

43,324

-

433

1,404

$976,018

$712,924

Assets

1,000,890

369,368

Liabilities

1,124,220

Marketing & Publicity

Miscellaneous Expenses

TOTAL

1,024,081 ††

Equity

(123,330 )

(654,713 )

†See footnote on page 6 † † As of December 31, 2013, CPI had negative equity of $123,330. This negative equity balance was accumulated over a number of years prior to 2012, primarily the result of CPI’s failure to adequately respond to the economic downturn of 2007-2011 in a timely manner to reduce fixed costs and programming and also due in part to its purchase of a historic building (MathewsGotthelf Mansion) shortly before the real estate market downturn. During 2012, staff was reduced to four full-time employees, CPI moved to less expensive office space, reduced its other fixed costs wherever possible, and several programs were discontinued. A strict debt reduction plan was implemented and is being adhered to. As a result of these changes, CPI reported net positive additions to its equity account of $85,272 in 2012, and $531,383 in 2013 (including $505,780 for the value of the note receivable from HistoriCorps, as previously described). CPI feels that it is on a solid path to ensure its overall long-term viability.

Direct Program Expenses

Direct Program Expenses

Payroll Payroll Facility

Facility

Consultants

Consultants

Communications

Marketing & Publicity Communications Other General & Administrative

Marketing & Publicity

Interest

Miscellaneous Other General

& Administrative

Interest Miscellaneous

Expenses

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$10,000 and Above

Peter and Deedee Decker

Michael Cantwell

Denver Art Glass

City and County of Denver

Chicago Title of Colorado, Inc.

The Denver Hospice

CBS4 Denver

Paul Franke

Columbia Group Limited, LLP

Joanne Ditmer

Havey Productions

Ghost Town Club of Colorado, Inc.

Denver Metro Combined Federal

Downtown Denver Partnership

History Colorado

Historic Denver, Inc.

Estate of Maxine E. Johnson

JVA, Inc.

Evan and Evi Makovsky

Land Title Guarantee Company

Robert Musgraves and Joan

Lindy Eichenbaum Lent

Jerry and JoVonne Fitzgerald

James Giasafakis

Dave and Corinne Lively

Shannon Gifford

Barry S. Gilbert

Katherine Loo

Keith and Rebecca Goodwin

Kendra Goldstein

Metcalf Archaeological

Friday Green and Harold Shatsoff

Elizabeth Hallas and Rich Riddle

Barry Hirschfeld

William Hartman

Prusse National Park Service

$5,000 - $9,999

Consultants, Inc.

Campaign Fidelity National Title Services Holdings, Inc.

Michael Eber Sharon Elfenbein Shira Fishman

City of Black Hawk

Mortenson Construction

Julie Johnson

Hoehn Architects

Building Restoration Specialties,

Greg Movesian and Jack Finlaw

David Kaufman

Sen. James Isgar

Moye White LLP

Dan Love and Cameron Wolfe

Lane and Ellen Ittelson

CoBiz Financial

Larry Nelson and Ruth Falkenberg

William and Billie Kay Maniatis

Libby Kirkpatrick

Sally Hopper

Renee Putsche

Peter Monroe

Irene Ludwig and Gerald Forney

Milender White Construction Co.

Mark Rodman

Howard B. Noble

Luthern Community Foundation

Richmond American Homes

Melanie Roth

PaleoWest Archaeology

James and Connie Maniatis

William Saslow

Ed Pepper

Martin/Martin, Inc.

Sage Hospitality

Scheuber + Darden Architects

Barbara Sheldon

Mike and Sally Metcalf

Shames Makovsky Realty Co.

Slaterpaull Architects

The Ruth and Vernon Taylor

Jason Moss

Inc.

Foundation

$1,000 - $4,999

Paul and Arianthe C. Stettner

Foundation

National Scenic Byway Foundation

SWCA

Tointon Family Foundation

Cynthia Neely

620 Corp.

Erik and Frances Taylor

Townscapes, LLC

Thomas and Violet Noel

Anderson Hallas Architects, PC

Taylor, Roth and Company,

Winter and Company

George and Joan Papadeas

AngloGold Ashanti North America, Inc. Anonymous Sue Anschutz Rodgers BMD-Marvin Windows Colorado State Bank and Trust

Certified Public Accountants USDA Forest Service

$250 - $499

Peter and Kristin Park Sen. Patricia Pascoe

Wattle & Daub Contractors

Aller-Lingle-Massey Architects PC

Sarah J. Pearce

ZBI Employee Allocated Gift Fund

Martha Awad

Riverbank Commercial Real Estate

$500 - $999

Ellen Beller

LLC

Harvey Bolshoun

Rose Foundation

ConServ Epoxy LLC

City of Aspen

Molly Broeren

Don Ruggles

Robert and Georgianna

Atkin Olshin Schade Architects

Kathleen Cline and Carl

Glen Sibley

Contiguglia City of Cripple Creek

Dennis and Barbara Baldwin Richard and Mary Lyn Ballantine

Steidtmann Dana Crawford

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Spectrum General Contractors Chrysanthy Therianos


Thomas and Kathleen Thorpe

Foundation

Cecile E. Hogate

Gene and Nancy Richards

Isaac and Michelle Tietelbaum

Dennis W. and Betsy Cheroutes

Humphries Poli Architects P.C.

Jeffrey Rideout

Pegi Touff

Dan and Sharyn Corson

Mary Humstone

San Juan Mountains Association

Tryba Architects

Michael and Jane Daniels

IBM Matching Grants Program

Janet Scheeval

David and Stephanie Tryba

DCb Construction Company, Inc.

Sherrill Ice

Jon Schler

Zink & Associates, Inc.

Deborah A. Wabher, LLC

Interpretive Association of

George and Julia Secor

Richard and Yvonne Zuber

Denver South Park & Pacific

$100 - $249

Historical Society David and Susan Donaldson

Western Colorado

Stuart Senkfor

J.L Sutterley, Architect, P.C.

Everett Shigeta

Jefferson County Historic

Brian Shuman

A & R Investments

Robert Drabkin

Barry and Margaret Adams

Patrick Eidman

Corinne Koehler

Jonathan Slatkin

A-E Design Associates, PC

Eiland Preservation Consulting,

La Plata County Planning

Walter Slatkin

Alpine Archaeological Consultants, Inc.

LLC

Commission

Department

Gary and Roberta Siegal

City of Steamboat Springs

Linda Eldridge

Michael Lamair

Barbara Sternberg

Russell Atha, III and Carol Atha

Tibor Engel

Stephen and Patricia Larson

A. Marvin Strait

Aurora Historic Preservation

Carl and Carolyn England

Mary Lewis

Jennifer Stricker

James Fanning

Lombard & Clayton, Inc.

Sue Struthers

Annette Bachrach

Molly Callaghan Fehrenbacher

Chris and Blair Miller

Naoye and Mary Suzuki

James Bahrenburg

Dan and Marcia Ferguson

Michael and Julie Mills

Temple Aaron

Barnes Masonry

Kevin Finn

Donald and Judith Miyoshi

City of Thornton

George E. Barr and Charlene

Benjamin and Carole Fitzpatrick

George Navik

Linda Towle

Felicia Furman

New Mexico Historic Preservation

Carol Tunner

Commission

Heard Town of Basalt

Dennis Gallagher

Division, Department of

Marion Vance

Ellen Beller

Ian Glaser

Cultural Affairs

Visit Denver

Bent’s Old Fort National Historical

Grand County Historic

Site

Joe and Judi Wagner

Joel and Julie Noble

James and Carol Warner

Jeannette Bisant

Robert and Katherine Grether

Danielle Okin

Walter and Susanna Weart

Nathan Boyless

Linda Hamlin

Old Mill Questers #728

Michael and Etta West

Breckenridge Heritage Alliance

Kaaren Hardy

Barbara Pahl

David Wittman

Frederick and Mary Brown

James and Martha Hartmann

Pat Palmer

Richard Woods

Kathleen Butler and Henry

Ron Heard

John and Camille Palmeri

Nancy Woodward

Lynda Heckendorn

Perry Peine

Cornelia Wyma

Andrew Carlson

Cosette Henritze

Steven and Catherine Perry

Certified Business Services, Inc.

Historic Boulder

Barbara Prythero

Under $100

Chamberlin Architects, P.C.

Historic Greeley Inc.

Susan Raymond

Cherokee Ranch & Castle

Sarah Hite

Robert Renfro

Burgwyn

Preservation Board

Edward C. Nichols

Donna Alber

David and Nan Anderson Deborah Andrews

Thank You!

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Harley Armstrong

Linda Clark

Jessica Gabriel

Gail Keeley

William Arndt

Ricahrd Clemmersmith

Stephen Gale

Anne Klenk

Assenmacher Specialty Tools

Norman Colglazier

Carol Gandy

F. Walker Knight

Auntie Stone Questers #0861

Frederic Conover

Ingrid Gardner

Michael Koertje

Eugene Baber

Kevin Corwin

Nancy Gauss

Andreana Koser

Gordon Baron

Richard Crabb

James Gerken

Aaron Kramish

Jerry and Francy Bateman

Richard and Patricia Cronenberger

Robert Gibbs

James and Martha Kreutz

Demian Baum

Faye Crowe

Charles and Gail Gray

Diana Krogmeier

Pamela Bell

Paul and Eileen Csibrik

George Greenbank

Larkspur Historical Society

Bent County Preservation Society

Harold Cunningham

Erin Greene

Ken and Nancy Larner

Karen Berkner

Mark Dahlberg

Denise Grimm

Richard Laue

Harvey Beyer, III

Michael Davenport

Andrew Gulliford

Carmah Lawler

Susan Bishop

Lori Denning

Gary Gulliksen

Linda Levin

Tina Bishop

Michael and Roxie Devers

Mary Habas

Harold and Sarah Levinson

Mary Blue

Richard Dirkes

Carl Hammergren

Caitlin Lewis

Bennett and Brianna

Saundra Dowling

Kathy Hansen

Terri Liestman

Robert and Maryjo Downey

Bruce Hanson

Kevin Lindahl

David Boyes

Bruford and Patricia Doyle

Dodson Harper

Kathy Lingo

Anistacia Braber

Wallace and Margaret Ducayet

Steve Harris

B. Lombard

Melissa Bradley

Margaret Dunn

Tom Hawkey

Kevin Lyles

Rachael Bray

Nancy Eastman

Iris Hawkins

Lyons Redstone Museum and

Rose Brinks

Dolores Ebner

Joanne Hayes

M. Patricia Brown

Ekman Design Studio, Inc.

Ann Hector

Rhonda Maas

Zak Brown

Earl Elia

Bev Hiller

Marie Lafitte Questers #1427

Jennifer Bryant

David Emrich

Jay Homstad

Julia Marshall

Ashley Bushey

Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc.

Willard Hottle

Alan Matlosz

Jeff and Mona Campbell

Linda Erickson

Bob Hunnes

Paul Maxey

Pilar Cannizzaro

Christopher Erskine

Art Hutchcraft

Carla McConnell

Elaine Carr

John Ettenhofer

Justin Hutchcraft

Anita McDaniel

Virginia Carroll

Don and Carolyn Etter

Roberta J. Jacobs

Byron McGough

Casa Quasita Questers 518

Lynne Evans

Honora Jacquez

Robert C. McHugh

Linda Cherrington

Mona Ferrugia

Gregory Jeung

Todd McMahon

Michelle Chichester

Cara Fisher

Bret Johnson

Lori Mellon

Chimney Sweeps Questers #0325

David Ford

Larry and Margaret Jorgensen

Peter and Kelly Merrion

Christiane Citron

Michael Fratini

Marilyn Kaiser

Melanie Milam

Dene Clark

Amara Frontczak

Kathleen Katra

James Milmoe

Boeschenstein

2013 Supporters

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Historical Society


Eddie and Joyce Ming

John Sand

Don Thompson and Jan Oen

Susan Zimmerman Buckley

Jamie Mitchell

Saun Seearay #302, Questers Club

Carolyn Thomson

In Memoriam

Brett Moore

of Boulder, CO

Thomas Tisthammer

Paula Muir

Chris Scanlan

Melody Toineeta

Margaret Ann Mullins

Tim Scanlon and Sandra Smith

Gladys Tolbert

Darrell Munsell

Larry Schlupp

Alison Torvik

Jeffrey Murray

Bob Schoppe

Ronald Treants

National Trust For Historic

Douglas Scott

Susan Trumble

Ira Selkowitz

Linda Trzyna

Betty Neale

Preservation

Dan and Peg Shannon

Virgil Turner

John Nelson

May Shaw

Marge Utesch

New Windsor Centennial

Milton Shaw

Kate Vasha

Thomas and Laurie Simmons

John and Marcia Vaughey

Dale Nimz

Joseph Sinisi

Victor Lowell Thomas Museum

Norman Noe

Enid Slack

Sandra Vinnik

T. Drew Notestine

Michelle Slaughter

Virginia Dale Questers Chapter

Janis Nowlan

Timothy Smith

Maureen Oja

Andrew Spencer

Brandy Von Kaenel

Norval Olson

Sharon Sprigg

Jennifer Wahlers

Janet Ore

Brad Stark

Karen Waligorski

Norma Pankratz

Ellen Steele

Becky Walker

Rachel Parris

Tyrone Steen

Claire Walter

Tom and Patti Parson

Rosemary Stoffel

Lysa Wegman-French

Lars Pedersen

Pamela Story-Staker

Kathy Welgos

Christine Pfaff

Eula Strayer

Nicholas Wharton

James and Lillian Phelps

Joan Strobelmclean

Lyn Wickelgren

Jackie Powell and Gary Higgins

Lisa Studts

James Wilkins

Alan Ramsay

Bill Suhr

Lynn and Elizabeth Willcockson

Beverly Rich

Paula Sutton

Chandler Williamson

Susan Richardson

Steven and Diane Sypher

Michael Wilson

Albert Richey

Vincent Szafranko

Ernest and Marsha Witucki

Michael Ritchie

Dixie Termin

Harry and Mary Wolf

Alexa Roberts

Andrew Thangasamy

Deon Wolfenbarger

Constance Rogers

York The Red Lion

Julie Ann Woods

Hugh and Barbara Rohrer

Barbara Thielemann

Zachry Industrial

Michael Rowe

Judy Thomeczek

Jan Zellmer

Questers, Chapter 1164

#1469

Linda Eldridge

In Memory of Mary (Haruka) Takamine-Agatsuma Alan Gass In Memorial of I.M. Pei’s May D&F Hyperbolic Paraboloid Jeffrey Goldstein In Honor of Evan Makovsky Peggy Lehmann In Honor of Evan Makovsky Sen. Patricia Pascoe In Honor of Sen. Stan Matsunaka Peter Warren and Katherine Warren Smith In Honor of Bill Hosokawa

Thank You!

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Each year, at the Saving Places Conference, we present the annual Endangered Places List and hold a Silent Auction to raise funds for Colorado’s Most Endangered Places Program. This Silent Auction offers items and services of unique interest from around the state and the proceeds help sustain our dedicated efforts in preserving Colorado’s historic built environment. Smokey Anderson

Denver B-Cycle

Lackawanna Heritage Valley

Aramark Mesa Verde

Durango & Silverton Narrow

James Loewen

Aspen Skiing Company

Maggiano’s Little Italy

Bacon Handmade Neckware

Patrick Eidman

Mesa Verde Museum Association

Bent’s Old Fort

Elkhorn Lodge & Guest Ranch

New Belgium Brewing

Boettcher Mansion

Estrom Candies

Arnold Palmer

Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra

Fairmont Heritage Foundation

Rachel Parris

Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs

Fairplay-Valiton Hotel

Pat Pascoe

Brewer’s Association

Fancy Tiger

Phelps & Associates

Canyon Wind Cellars

Jovonne Fitzgerald

Picket Wire Canyonlands

Central City Opera

Friends of the Dome

Pinon Canyon Expansion

Ninki Carroll

Frontier Airlines

Chautauqua

GH Phipps Construction Company

Point 6

Cherokee Ranch & Castle

The Governor’s Residence

Ann Pritzlaff

The Cherry Cricket

Grand Adventures

R + D Wine Shop

Christian & Sons, Inc.

Friday Green

ReBarn

City of Colorado Springs

Hammond’s Candy

Redstone Castle

Dene Clark

Jim Havey

Royal Gorge Bridge & Park

Colorado Department of

Havey Productions

Savory Spice Shop

Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy

Harold Shatsoff

Colorado Lamb Council

High Country News

Sky Venture Colorado

Colorado Railroad Museum

Historic Georgetown Loop

Steamboat Resorts Condominium

Transportation

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

Opposition Coalition

Railroad

Arianthé C. Stettner

Colorado Symphony

HistoriCorps

Tarryall River Ranch

Cortez Cultural Center

History Colorado

Ruth & Vernon Taylor Foundation

Creative Conservation Collective

Hotel Jerome

Watkins Stained Glass Studio

Creede Repertory Theatre

Eliot Hoyt

White Fence Farms

Crested Butte Nordic Center

Huerfano County Historical

The Vineyard

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center Cruze’s Swings & Things Culinary Connectors

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Society Hyatt Regency Kit Carson County Carousel Association

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