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Glenwood Springs Hydroelectric Plant (Glenwood Center for the Arts)

  • Glenwood Springs Hydroelectric Plant

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    The restored hydroelectric plant in Glenwood Springs now serves as the Glenwood Center for the Arts.
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References: 

April E. Clark, “Center for the Arts Will Celebrate a Grand Reopening,” Glenwood Springs Post Independent, October 6, 2006.

Colorado Historical Society, “Glenwood Electric Co. Hydroelectric Plant,” Historic Building Inventory.

Niki Delson, “The Transformative Power of Art,” Glenwood Springs Post Independent, May 19, 2011.

Ron Sladek and Willa Soncarty, “Glenwood Springs Hydroelectric Plant,” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form, May 29, 1998.

Lena M. Urquhart, Glenwood Springs: Spa in the Mountains (Boulder: Pruett Publishing, 1970).

Additional Information: 

Jim Nelson, Glenwood Springs: The History of a Rocky Mountain Resort (Ouray, CO: Western Reflections, 1999).

Angela K. Parkison with Donald H. Parkison, Hope and Hot Water: Glenwood Springs from 1878 to 1891 (Glenwood Springs, CO: Glenwood Springs Legacy Publishing, 2000).

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