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Museum Services

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The museum has an extensive catalog of historic photos. Reproductions are available. A selection of photos can be searched and viewed through the catalog of the  Louisville Historical Museum:

For terms and conditions of use, pricing, and to request photo reproductions, please see the Photo Policy & Agreement.

Superior, CO, 1941. Superintendent, section
foreman, and pit boss at the Industrial Mine.
EB N20 Steinbaugh_2
Circa 1900. Steinbaugh's blacksmith shop,
northeast corner of Front and Spruce.
J.J. Steinbaugh started the shop in 1892.

"Our Boys & Girls in the Armed Forces, 1943-1944"

This unique film was made by L.C. Graves and was generously donated to the Louisville Historical Commission. The film is in color and is approximately 90 minutes long. Also available is an alphabetical list (html or pdf) of people who have been identified on a film of World War II servicemen and women while they were home on leave in Louisville, Colorado.

Many of the servicemen and women are shown in front of their Louisville homes with their parents or with Main Street buildings as a background. Other local residents also appear in the film, such as in scenes showing Memorial Day parades.

The DVD of this film, “Our Boys and Girls in the Armed Forces, 1943-44,” is available for purchase for $10 at the Louisville Historical Museum, 1001 Main Street, Louisville Colorado. If ordering the DVD by mail, please:

  • enclose a check for $13 ($10 plus $3 for shipping and handling)
  • send to the Museum’s mailing address:
    • 749 Main Street, Louisville, CO 80027

Proceeds benefit the Louisville History Foundation.

Tours are provided by request. Please call 303-665-9048 or send us an e-mail to request more information.