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The Eiler Heights Historic Survey is here!!!

The Context Study “Potica, Pints, and Prayers in Old Bojon Town” by Historitecture. Purchase a copy of the study and a copy of the 14-minute Documentary on DVD. The cost is only $40.  E-mail the Eiler Heights Neighborhood Association to purchase your copy today!

November 7, 2013

Dear Current and Former Eiler Heights Homeowners,

Mary Therese Anstey, Historitecture, is in the process of compiling the personal and architectural history of the families and homes in our neighborhood. She is hoping that you will fill out and return the form that was sent/given to you so that she will be able to put together the most comprehensive and interesting history possible.

Along with the histories, we are starting to gather photos as well. Here is a copy of the article that I hope the Chieftain will publish at the beginning of the week:

Do you have a photo to share from the Eiler Heights Neighborhood (Old Bojon Town)?

The Eiler Heights Neighborhood, with the help from the City of Pueblo and Historitecture, are busy collecting stories, memories and photos from former and current residents in our efforts to compile a unique history of the neighborhood. Once the Historic Survey is complete, the City and our neighborhood will have a beautiful book and 10 minute video highlighting the architecture and history of the Eiler Heights Neighborhood. There will also be a “Movie Premier Night” at the Rawlings Library unveiling the book and video with a slide presentation of the photos.

We are asking for your help to collect and scan your family and neighborhood photos as part of this exciting project.

The Pueblo Rawlings Library, 100 E. Abriendo Ave. will be scanning our photos. To drop your photos off, please put your photos in an 8 ½” x 11”or larger envelope with your name and telephone number written on the outside and take them to the third floor of the library. They will have a short form for you to fill out for each photo. Leave the photos with the library staff. The staff will scan your photos and keep them in a locked vault until you pick them up. The Library will be accepting photos Tuesday, Nov. 12th, Wednesday, Nov. 13th , Thursday, November 14th and on Friday, Nov. 15th from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

What a great addition these photos will make to the Historic Survey!

Thank you in advance for participating. We have a lot to be proud of and this Historic Survey will provide Eiler Heights with a wonderfully positive tool to use for many years.


Pam Kocman