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Re: Clinton Howland Cripplecreek Co,Early 1900's
Posted by: Marion Dickson Date: October 11, 2001 at 19:32:29
In Reply to: Re: Clinton Howland Cripplecreek Co,Early 1900's by shirley paul of 128

How interesting! The Imperial Hotel has been owned by the Mackin family (phone no. in earlier message) since 1946 and they apparently have a collection of photos and such. If you were interested, you might want to contact them.

Also, the Union Printers Home is still active. Their no. is 719-634-3711. Don't know what records they have.

Additionally, the Union Printers headstones in Evergreen include the local no. Whether the Typographers Union still exists I don't know, but I'd be glad to get that info for you --I only live 5 minutes away from Evergreen.


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