Tim Scanlon, retired Colorado Springs city employee who worked in support of the Historic Preservation Board, shares a brief history of a few of Colorado Springs’ most notable historic buildings. If you missed the first part in this series, you can view it by clicking HERE.


(“The Exchange National Bank” photographer & date unknown. Courtesy of Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 208-9487.)

Exchange National Bank

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Colorado Springs Municipal Utilities Building

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(“New Post Office Building” photographer unknown, ca. 1910. Courtesy of Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 208-9650.)

US Post Office

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4 Responses to Brief Histories of Beautiful Buildings Part II

  1. Michael says:

    Great stuff. I really enjoy the History lessons about our town. Thank you!

  2. Mike Procell says:

    Ditto!

  3. Cathy Mundy says:

    Tim Scanlon has a prodigious knowledge of all things historic in Colorado Springs. I am so glad to hear him in this series.
    Cathy

  4. Tom Foster says:

    Thanks for the wonderful info!

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