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  • Fourth of July at the Hotel Jerome

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    The Hotel Jerome served as a popular local watering hole and boardinghouse during the “quiet years” between silver and skiing. Here the community celebrates the Fourth of July at the hotel in 1911.
    Fourth of July at the Hotel Jerome
  • Hotel Jerome Lobby

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    Shown here in 1946, just as Aspen was being reborn after World War II, the Hotel Jerome witnessed the founding of the Aspen Institute and the Aspen Skiing Company.
    Hotel Jerome Lobby
  • Hotel Jerome Pool, 1950

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    The Hotel Jerome opened its new pool in 1950, as it was becoming a hot spot for skiers and movie stars alike.
    Hotel Jerome Pool, 1950



Rick Carroll, “Hotel Jerome Deal Worth More than $70 Million,” Aspen Times, February 10, 2015.

Rick Carroll, “Hotel Jerome in Aspen Changes Ownership,” Aspen Times, February 10, 2015.

Karl Herchenroeder, “Aspen’s Hotel Jerome Submits Expansion Plans,” Aspen Times, September 30, 2014.

Hotel Jerome Celebrates 120 Storied Years,” Aspen Peak, 2009.

Andre Salvail, “Hotel Jerome Project in Aspen Winding Down,” Aspen Times, November 21, 2012.

Martie Sterling, Historical Hotel Jerome (Aspen, CO: Hotel Jerome, 1986).

Additional Information: 

Kathleen Krieger Daily and Gaylord T. Guenin, Aspen: The Quiet Years (Aspen, CO: Red Ink, 1994).

Malcolm J. Rohrbough, Aspen: The History of a Silver Mining Town, 1879–1893 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1986).

Janet Urquhart, "25-50-100 years ago," Aspen Times Weekly, October 28, 2011.