"Bricks for Bucks" 

Bricks for Bucks
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     WE DID IT! The Florence Pioneer Museum and Research Center has an end to our next chapter that was started three years ago...FPM will be buying the building next door to expand the museum!

     The earliest information we have on 104 E. Front street is that it was the location of Brown & Son, a coal, hay, grain and transfer business.

     This building was also the Arrow Tire Store and formerly owned by Bill White. The Museum will be turning this building into the Bill and Diana White Room for our addition to the museum.


     September 15th is Pioneer Day. A room dedication is planned for 4:00 pm. We hope to see the Florence community there for  a "sneek peek" at the Bill and Diana White Room. Refresments will be served.


     FMP is continuing our new fundraiser:

     "Bricks for Bucks"

For $25.00, a family or a buisiness can buy a brick to place around  an old furnace in the White Room. The family name or business name will be placed on the brick. 

     The donor can buy as many bricks as wanted. Your group will be represented by one brick around the furnace.


Donor forms can be pick up at the Florence Pioneer Museum 100 E. Front St. anytime the museum is open. Or click on the link above to download your own form!


Let's hear from you soon!




     One of the goals of the Museum is to be able to stay open all year long; to be available to the Florence/Fremont County community's research and visiting needs for the local community and become a self- sustaining Museum. 

     If you would like to help us meet these goals, send your tax deductible donation to the contact below.  

     Thank you for your help!


Donations sent to:

 Florence Pioneer Museum

P.O. Box 131 

Florence CO 81226

Memo Line: FPM Building Fund or "Bricks for Bucks"




Mission Statement

To collect, preserve and interpret the rich historical heritage of
Florence Colorado, the surrounding mining
towns and eastern Fremont County.


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