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    Located in Old Town Lafayette, the Miller House was the longtime home of town founder Mary Miller, who laid out the town in 1888.
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References: 

John Aguilar, “Lafayette Turns 125: ‘Remarkable’ Mary Miller Founded City Named After Her Late Husband,” Boulder Daily Camera, February 22, 2014.

Lafayette Historical Society, Lafayette, Colorado: Treeless Plain to Thriving City: Centennial History, 1889–1989 (Dallas: Curtis Media, 1990).

Thomas J. Noel and Dan W. Corson, Boulder County: An Illustrated History (Carlsbad, CA: Heritage Media, 1999).

Manuel M. Weiss, “Miller House,” Colorado Cultural Resource Survey (January 23, 1982).

Additional Information: 

Manuel Weiss, “Lafayette Coal Mining Era Buildings (Thematic Resource),” National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form (January 23, 1982).

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