Next week: Elicia Ratajczyk will speak at the Conifer Historical Society

by evstudio on July 14, 2011

The Conifer Historical Society and Museum (CHSM) is hosting members of the Ken Caryl Historical Society at this months Summer Lecture Series for the first of two talks highlighting the history of the Bradford Toll Road. Elicia Ratajcyzk, Associate at EVstudio, will talk about Bradford Junction (Yellow Barn Property) as the terminus of the western end of the Bradford Toll Road. The second talk will take place in August or September and will be hosted by the Ken Caryl Historical Society.

The Conifer Historical Society and Museum

CHSM Summer Lectures 2011
The History of the Bradford Toll Road and Bradford Junction

Wednesday, July 20
7:00 to 8:30
Aspen Park Community Center
26215 Sutton Road, Conifer

Free to CHSM members ~ Guests $5

This slide presentation will focus on the history of the Bradford Toll Road,
the route and stage stops, and the history of the “Yellow Barn” property
at Barkley Road and Highway 73.

Presented by Lucy Bambrey and Elicia Ratajczyk

Lucy is an archaeologist and historian.  She is an active member of the Jefferson County Historical Commission, the Conifer Historical Society and Museum, and the Conifer Area Council Historic Preservation Committee. She also represents historic and archaeological interests on the Bureau of Land Management’s Front Range Resource Advisory Council.

Elicia is an Accredited Professional in Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED-AP) and holds a Master’s Degree in Architecture and a Graduate Certificate in Historic Preservation from the University of Colorado.

For more information about this event and other lectures and events, visit our website at or call 720.333.0233


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