Colorful Coloradans Biographies
Writer, speaker, and conservationist best known as "The Father of Rocky Mountain National Park."
A pioneer in education, Rachel Noel helped integrate the Denver Public School system and provide equal opportunities to all Denver students.
Maurice Pate grew up in Denver, went on to give aid to the victims of WWI and was an important founding member of UNICEF.
Railroad photographer who predominantly photographed railroads in Colorado. He also took photos of railroads in all 48 continental United States. He was able to capture the history of railroads in the Rocky Mountains through his photography.
Adventurous newspaper writer, gossip columnist, and social activist who became one of the first women to run her own newspaper.
Robert L. Ragland was a prolific artist who spent his life helping young artists make a living through art.
Bruce Randolph started a popular barbeque restaurant in Denver and went on to feed and serve those in need for decades.
Helen Rich was a bestselling author, a traveling writer and the first female journalist for the Colorado Springs Telegraph.