Colorado's 2017 Most Significant Artifacts
For the past five years, Colorado Collections Connection has sponsored the Most Significant Artifacts campaign “to honor and recognize Colorado’s cultural heritage organizations that care and preserve documents, films, diaries, books and other artifacts. Each item tells a story and collectively, represents the diverse history of Colorado.” Thank you for your support, nominations and votes!
We are excited to announce that beginning in 2018, History Colorado will sponsor the Colorado’s Most Significant Artifact program. This spring, you will receive updates and information from History Colorado regarding how, and when nominations will be accepted for 2019.
Congratulations to the 2017 Colorado Top Ten Artifacts, selected by public vote!
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Miss Yokohama, Colorado's Japanese Friendship Doll, 1927
Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys
Fitzsimons Army Medical Center Commemoration Medallion
Health Sciences Librtary - University of Colorado Anschutz medical Campus
Red-painted Wooden Hose Cart, 1892
Burlap Flour Sack, WWI
Prior Years Most Significant Artifacts: