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Minnequa Steelworks Office

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    As Colorado Fuel & Iron's (CF&I) Pueblo operations expanded in the early twentieth century, management had Denver architect Frederick J. Sterner design new office and medical dispensary buildings. Today the buildings, sporting the distinct Mission Style, house a museum run by the Steelworks Center of the West.
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References: 

Corinne Koehler, “Minnequa Steel Works, Office Building and Dispensary, Colorado Fuel and Iron Company,” National Register of Historic Places Continuation Sheet (May 20, 2008).

James F. Munch, “Minnequa Steel Works Office Building and Dispensary, Colorado Fuel and Iron Company,” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (May 18, 2001).

Mary Jean Porter, “New Name Designed to Honor Pueblo’s Enduring Steelmaking Heritage,” Pueblo Chieftain, September 4, 2014.

H. Lee Scamehorn, Mill and Mine: The CF&I in the Twentieth Century (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1992).

H. Lee Scamehorn, Pioneer Steelmaker in the West: The Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, 1872–1903 (Boulder, CO: Pruett Publishing, 1976).

Additional Information: 

Thomas G. Andrews, Killing for Coal: America’s Deadliest Labor War (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2008).

Joanne West Dodds, They All Came to Pueblo: A Social History (Virginia Beach, VA: Donning Company Publishers, 1994).

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