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Littleton History

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 Littleton History Pages

 This project was funded by two State Historic Fund grant awards from the Colorado Historical Society and contributions from the City of Littleton, the Friends of the Littleton Library and Museum, Historic Littleton Inc., and the Second Century Fund. The grants were written by Phyllis Larison, Deputy Director at Bemis Public Library, who also served as the Project Coordinator; assistance was provided by Lorena Donohue, Deputy Director/Curator of Collections for the Littleton Historical Museum; and David Flaig, Landscape Architect for the City of Littleton. Research reports on Littleton history topics were compiled by Doris Farmer Hulse, Patrick Massengill, Rebecca Dorward, Lorena Donohue and Phyllis Larison. Original Web pages and graphics were provided by Larry Stevens, with current format and design by Catherine Weaver, City of Littleton Webmaster.

Photographs courtesy of the Littleton Museum unless otherwise noted. To order copies, contact the museum at 303-795-3950.