Video Podcast - Pioneering Women in Estes Park's History
Season 1, Episode 11 • Educational, History, 23-Mar-2022
Mikaela Fundaun, Curator of Interpretation at the Estes Park Museum, shares stories about some of the remarkable women in Estes Park's history. Three of the women featured in this episode include Eleanor Hondius about her role in the founding of the Estes Park Women's Club, Josephine Hupp who owned and managed four of Estes Park's downtown hotels as well as a popular cafe, and a pioneering entrepreneur named Anna Wolfrom who homesteaded land near Lily Lake that she used to construct and operate a popular teahouse for passing travelers.
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