Haulin' Ore - Past and Present LbNA # 44660
|Placed Date||Nov 23 2008|
Haulin’ Ore – Past and Present
The Victor Lowell Thomas Museum is dedicated to the memory of Lowell Thomas whose boyhood home was the city of Victor beginning at the turn of the last century. He is famous for being a print journalist and also broadcasting NBC’s Literary Digest on radio for 46 years.
This museum is also noted for preserving the history of the area which has everything to do with gold mining around the turn of the last century and the present day. The theme of the museum is Mining- Past and Present. To find out more information about this area visit www.victorcolorado.com . The area is rich in history and has much to offer inquisitive minds. The museum is on the corner of Victor Ave. and Third Street in the city of Victor, CO (City of Mines) The museum is seasonal and the hours are noted on the website.
Box location is in the equipment yard on the east side of the museum. This minibox is magnetic and is located on the underside of the yellow ore cart filled with rocks.
Please be discreet while stamping in and re-hiding. (This is a very public place.)
Box Contents: Handmade journal and 2 sided stamp.