“The Keithley Legacy”

September 2 ••• Friday 4:00-7:00pm First Friday ArtWalk••• The Keithley Legacy”••Now Showing Through September 2022

The Manitou Springs Heritage Center and Museum’s History Window  features “The Keithley Legacy”. Everard Spencer Keithley was appointed the Supervisor of Pike National Forest in 1926. During his time in the Forest Service, Mr. Keithley planted thousands of acres of trees in Pike National Forest. He resided in Manitou Springs in what is now called the Keithley Log Cabin District. His wife, Maud M. Keithley, won several National League of American Penwomen awards for her series of children’s books about Packy the Packrat. The best-known book written by Mrs. Keithley, “Packy Climbs Pikes Peak”, was published in 1941 and is considered in some reading circles as a classic for children. The book is currently in our museum bookstore.

Visit our free museum. Manitou Springs Heritage Center and Museum 517 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, Colorado 80829. For more information, call 719-685-1454, email: ManitouHeritage@gmail.com, or visit www.manitouspringsheritagecenter.org. Open Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Noon-4:00pm or by appointment.

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