I want to thank all those who have helped provide us with information during the beginning stages of our research. There is so much more to do.

First and foremost, I want to give my most sincere appreciation and thanks to the Kendrick and Mendenhall families. Without their information, the hard, raw data would be flat. Having the opportunity to sit down and talk with these wonderful people made the history come to life.

To the Kendrick family:
Thank you so VERY much for introducing us to Olwen. Having the opportunity to have her in our house on the day before her 101st birthday was amazing. She provided so much information to us. I want to further thank James Kendrick III for sending us a family portrait of the Kendricks from the period when they lived in the house.

To the Mendenhall family:
Janet, Thank You for sharing your family photographs with us. Not only did they provide a glimpse into what the house looked like so many years ago, but they gave us the opportunity to get to know more about you, your brother, and your parents. I only wish we could have gotten the chance to have met them.

Terry, Thank You for generously giving us the items that you had collected from the house. It is amazing that you kept these "trinkets" all of these years. You have no idea how special these items are to us. No matter what happens to us, we will ensure that the returned items stay with the house.

We further want to thank the following individuals and organizations:

Scott Wright, Pueblo County Clerk & Recorder's Office. Not too long ago someone wrote into the Pueblo Chieftain and complained about the Clerk & Recorder's Office. I want to say that Scott and his staff were incredibly helpful and professional. I spent hours in their office doing research, and at every turn they assisted with pulling book after book from their archives. Scott, your office is by far the most cooperative office in the County system!!

Laurel Campbell, Historic Pueblo, Inc.

Wade Broadhead, City of Pueblo Planning Department

Pueblo City Library (Robert Hoag Rawlings Branch)

Pueblo County Historical Society

Bessemer Historical Society

Mountain View Cemetery

Roselawn Cemetery

Imperial Gardens Cemetery

Woodlawn Cemetery, Santa Monica, CA

Pueblo Chieftain

U.S. Census Bureau

Google Maps

Central Wildcat annuals

The Statue of Liberty - Ellis Island Foundation, Inc.

...and our Mom for helping with research and editing the content of this website.

...and last, but certainly not least, Kim & Jim Burzinski who owned the Victorian Rose Antique Mall. They provided us with great pieces of furniture and decorations that make our old home feel like home. We miss you two!!

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