VOTING HAS ENDED.  Colorado's 2017 Most Significant Artifacts will be announced November 30th!

Every Artifact cared for by Colorado's cultural heritage organizations tells a story that collectively represents the diverse history of Colorado.

Help highlight the importance of our historic and cultural heritage by voting for your favorite artifact that represents the diverse history of Colorado!  This campaign honors and recognizes the care and preservation of documents, films, diaries, books and other artifacts that allow Colorado residents and visitors to better understand the richness of our states history! 

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Denim "Hippie" Skirt: Museum of Boulder

 

 

Dr. Justina L. Warren Ford's Medical Bag: Black Western American Museum

 

 

William Henry Jackson's Eastman View Camera, 1915: Denver Public Library

 

 

The Yeager-Badger Creek Partial Vessel: Fort Morgan Museum

 

 

Tokens from the Company Coal Mining Town of Mt. Harris, Colorado: Hayden Heritage Center

 

 

Fitzsimons Army Medical Center Commemoration Medallion: Health Sciences Library, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

 

 

Red-painted Wooden Hose Cart, 1892: Littleton Museum

 

 

A Burlap Flour Sack, World War I:  Longmont Museum

 

 

Teacher Registration and Grade Books, 1920-1961: Lyons Historical Society

 

 

Miss Yokohama, Colorado's Japanese Friendship Doll, 1927: Denver Museum of Minatures, Dolls and Toys

 

 

The Circle Route Stagecoach, 1884: Montrose County Historical Society/Museum

 

 

Galvanized Steel and Cast-iron Fire Cart, 1910: Niwot Historical Society

 

 

Posters Advertising Picnics at Pine Tree Park, Post WWII:  Pine Tree Park Recreation Area

 

 

A Sheet of Letterhead Stationary: Monta Vista Historical Society

The results for the Top Ten Most Significant will be announced November 30, 2017.