Artistic Pueblo Colorado(color)

JFantasma

Pueblo, United States

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Thank you for stopping by my gallery you can also follow my work on my facebook page at facebook.com/jfantasmaphotography or on twitter at twitter.com/jfantasma76 if you like Pinterest you can see my artwork at pinterest.com/jfantasma76 I also have a stumbleupon account at www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/JFantasma

Tracing Pueblo’s History
The City of Pueblo’s Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) is proud to announce the completion of the East Side Neighborhood Historic Context Study. The study, “A Place Set Apart: The History and Architecture of Pueblo’s East Side Neighborhood,” was completed by Jeffery Deherrera (a Pueblo native) and Adam Thomas of Historitecture LLC. The study traces the development of the East Side neighborhood from the early 1800s, through the formal development of the area in 1872, and into the present day.

Study Results
First called East Pueblo and then Park Hill for a time, the East Side Neighborhood is one of the most diverse areas in Colorado with respect to income level, social status, and architectural expression. Historitecture LLC also documented the old Fountain City history from the 1850s, as well as the neighborhood that was established in 1872, making it one of the largest concentrations of early homes in the City of Pueblo. The study not only provides a detailed history of the area but also contains an architectural guide to the homes of the East Side, allowing residents to determine their own home’s style and age. Read the full East Side Historic Context Report to see the study’s results.

A recent photograph of Leander SchoolExpanding Our Knowledge & Understanding of Pueblo
The study was commissioned to better understand the neighborhood and assist the redevelopment of the area now being worked on by the City of Pueblo. The study set the foundation for an additional study – the East Side Historic Building Inventory – to catalog 43 structures that began in August of 2009. Both studies are the result of a certified local-government no-match grant from the Colorado Historical Society.

All artwork is copyright protected to ©JFantasma Photography. All rights reserved 2013-2015. No illegal downloading, saving or printing without proper written permission by me or through proof of purchase receipt.

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