O'Hern Yarn Art, 2003.067
This collection features 46 pieces of folk art made from yarn by Dr. James O'Hern and depicting Douglas County historical sites and one binder and one folder with stories about the Douglas County historical sites. Historical sites depicted are Tarbull Indian Memorial 1976, Parker Mainstreet Blizzard 1939, Highlands Ranch Silo and Windmill, Pikes Peak Grange Hall Franktown, Franktown School 1881, Nanichant House Perry Park 1899, Castlewood Canyon Dam Breaks 1897, Ruth Memorial Chapel Parker, Larkspur Elementary School 1940, Village Hall Louviers, Kelly Gann School 1879, Lone Tree 1872, Douglas County First High School 1874, Castle Rock Hotels, Parker Railroad station 1881, Keystone hotel, First National Bank, Mineral Springs Resort Deckers, Cantril School Castle Rock, Castle Rock fuel and grain elevator circa 1908, Breselow House 219 Cantril St. 1920, Hunter House 418 Lewis St. 1917, Lone Tree Library 2003, Lone Tree Library 2010, Castle Rock Bandstand 2005, Old Sedalia Schoolhouse 1891, Happy Canyon School 1899, Hammer House, Holcomb Whitney Hardware Store 312 Jerry St., Victor House Sedalia, City Hotel 1870s 415 Perry St., Douglas County Courthouse 1999, Philip S. Miller Library, Castle Rock Bandstand, Louviers Dupont manager’s house, Littleton Creamery Parker 1897, Greenland Ranch 1888, Louviers School 1913, Welte School on Dry Creek Ranch 1889, Rufus Dad Clark Colorado Potato King, Schweiger Ranch House 1884, Lowell Ranch, Highlands Ranch Library, St. Philip of the Field, Rock Ridge 1885, and Happy Canyon School.
- Creation: Circa 2000
Initial inventory in Tdrive collection folder