When Charles Masinton opened Charlie’s Cash and Carry grocers in the small town of La Veta Colorado in 1937, he probably didn’t know just how important his store would become to the community.
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Within the Special Collections facility at Colorado College’s Tutt Library, the public can explore rare books, special editions, personal manuscripts and all material forms of the archived written word, with many items dating back to before 1882.
Local publishers Scott Boyer and Kayla Gronseth of Yellow Beak Press are, at the root, collectors of flash as artifacts which they hang in their home and are happy to share with the world through their publications.
Joan Eagle of Chipita Accessories started her craft in Taos, New Mexico back in 1972. Originally from New Jersey, Joan and her husband Ben fell in love with the open spaces and community of great people in New Mexico and Colorado.
Aaron Graves doesn’t create dresses – he creates interactions. He draws from classic fashion photography and traditional tailoring techniques gleaned from a host of skilled aunts and grandmothers.
The Palmer girls were the daughters of General William Jackson Palmer, the founder of Colorado Springs, and thus the perfect hosts for a Western adventure. Dorothy kept a detailed journal of her trip, commenting on her impressions of the Pikes Peak Region.