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Letter: Preserving agricultural heritage

The Mount Sopris Historical Society and board of directors gratefully thanks the town of Carbondale for its ongoing support and final approval of the Thompson House Museum lease! We look forward to collaborating with the town to continue to make the Thompson House Museum available to the public and to secure the resources necessary to preserve this national and local treasure. We hope that our shared vision of an agri-heritage learning center themed around the Historic House Museum and surrounding grounds will become a great asset for our community.

On behalf of the community, thank you again for making this opportunity possible.

Executive Director Beth White and President Lew Ron Thompson

Mount Sopris Historical Society and Thompson House Museum, Carbondale

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