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Peck House

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  • Peck House with Peck Family, around 1900

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    The Peck House was at its height at the end of the nineteenth century, when it was run by Frank Peck and his wife (identified as “F. L. Peck” and “Mrs. F. L. Peck” on the left side of the porch).
    Peck House with Peck Family, around 1900
  • Peck House before 1950s Rehabilitation
  • Hotel Splendide

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    After Louise Harrison and Margaret Collbran bought the Peck House in 1956, they rehabilitated it and built a large addition. They reopened the hotel in 1958 as “Hotel Spendide.”
    Hotel Splendide

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References: 

Judith Broeker, “Peck House,” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (October 22, 1992).

Louise C. Harrison, Empire and the Berthoud Pass (Denver: Big Mountain Press, 1964).

Ian Neligh, “Peck House Operators to Retire,” Clear Creek Courant, February 4, 2014.

Additional Information: 

Historical Society of Idaho Springs, History of Clear Creek County: Tailings, Tracks, and Tommyknockers, 2nd ed. (Idaho Springs, CO: Historical Society of Idaho Springs, 2004).

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