InSights & InPerson: Extra Extra! Newspaper Research
Saturday, June 27, 2020 | 10:00AM — 11:00AM
Since its founding, History Colorado has been collecting and preserving Colorado history. Among the most significant holdings in the permanent collection are the Colorado newspapers. With statewide reach and statewide representation, our collection’s newspapers include publications from each of the state’s 64 counties, preserving the extraordinary history of ordinary people and capturing history in the making.
Join Assistant Curator of Serials and Colorado Digital Newspaper Project Manager, Ann Sneesby-Koch, for a virtual tour of History Colorado’s collection of newspapers across Colorado. Discover the diverse stories of Colorado captured in the state’s local and regional newspapers. Explore the newspaper collection using digital resources and find your own stories in the pages of Colorado history.
Learn more about our newspaper collection and how to use it in your own research.
InSights & InPerson programs, developed by curatorial and collections staff, offer history lovers the opportunity to hear in person from individuals making history matter, find out about the many ways to use and access History Colorado’s permanent collection, gather research tips, learn about caring for historic materials, and even take courses on professional museum practices. Learn about the program offerings of InSights & InPerson below.