The Pulliam Community Building in Loveland

In 1937, work began on the Loveland Community Building — the result of a public/private partnership between the town of Loveland, the Pulliam family, and the Works Progress Administration. The reinforced concrete building cost $150,000 to build, employed 180 workers, and when it was completed, it was large enough to seat a tenth of …

What does State Historic Designation NOT Mean?

A friend shared a brochure on historic preservation with me yesterday. It was put out by the Bellvue Historic Foundation and it included a section entitled “What Historic Designation DOESN’T Mean to Me.” There’s so much misinformation out there on what historic designation does and does not mean, that this …