Rex Theatre Curtain
The painted theater curtain, sporting ads from local businesses of the times, hangs in the Historical Museum, until recently accompanied by decades of accumulated dust and grime. A local fine arts restorer, Lisa Capano, completed cleaning of the curtain in mid-August, and you can see the difference in the before and after from this partially cleaned segment. Lisa also restored the antique safe that is now on display at City Hall and is shown in the rotating photo banner at the top of this page. Stop by the Museum to see the rejuvenated curtain!
One of Colorado's 2016 Most Significant Artifacts!
The votes are in! The Louisville Historical Museum is honored that its Rex Theatre curtain has been selected as one of Colorado’s "Ten Most Significant Artifacts in 2016."
Thank you to everyone who supported the Museum's and City's efforts to preserve our local history!
Historic Sites in Louisville
The City of Louisville administers the Historic Preservation Program through the Planning Department and the Historic Preservation Commission.
County Assessor Cards
Louisville's County Assessor cards for 1948-1983 are now available online.
- Louisville's 1948-1983 County Assessor Cards
- Read more about this project in the Fall 2014 issue of The Louisville Historian
- 1948 Assessor Card for 647 Front Street, Louisville, CO