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Historian Richard Marold explores the heyday of the Broadmoor International Center and the woman who brought a galaxy of stars to Colorado Springs.

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The Heyday of The Broadmoor International Center

Richard Marold is a local historian who works as a Chautauquan and portrays Winfield Scott Stratton, Franklin Roosevelt and Nikola Tesla. He is also editor of Cheyenne Mountain Kiva, a journal of the history of central Colorado. His website is fdrtoday.org.

 

2 Responses to The Heyday of The Broadmoor International Center

  1. sharon berthrong says:

    Richard
    What fun that was. I moved to CS in 1960 and remember all of this. And I attended so many of these fun musical events.
    Thanks for the memories.

  2. David Hite says:

    Those were great years for an otherwise sleepy community. And don’t forget the Golden Bee at one end of the international center.

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