Colorado’s Most Significant Artifact?

The Steelworks Center of the West just MIGHT have one of Colorado’s most significant artifacts in its collections–with your help! We have been invited to be part of the Colorado Connections Collection annual event asking the public to vote for Colorado’s most significant artifact. The four week campaign honors and recognizes the work done by museums and archives to preserve Colorado’s historic and cultural heritage. Our artifact this year is a certificate signed by President Theodore Roosevelt praising and recognizing CF&I’s medical staff in the work they did to erradicate tuberculosis in Pueblo in 1908. Voting starts today and will run through late November. You can vote up to four times a day. For more information about the campaign and to vote, visit https://collectioncare.auraria.edu/content/vote-colorados-2016-most-significant-artifacts

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