The Colorado Magazine was published by the Colorado Historical Society from 1923 to 1980 and contains hundreds of articles about significant Colorado and Western people and events. Colorado Magazine was continued by Colorado Heritage magazine.
PDF scans of articles from back issues of Colorado Magazine are available below. These scans contain only article content and not ancillary materials such as book reviews, announcements, or membership lists. Full copies of Colorado Magazine are available for research at the Stephen H. Hart Library & Research Center.
This project, which greatly expands research access to more than 1,300 articles and 58 years' worth of Colorado Magazine, was the brainchild of Kasey Brooks, Library Technical Assistant. We're very grateful to Kasey for his dedication and are pleased to be able to offer these materials digitally to all researchers.
Policy on Takedown Requests Based on Copyright Claims
The article content posted on this section of the History Colorado website is shared in the spirit of scholarly communication and educational exchange, as well as to provide access to researchers with disabilities who are not able to visit our institution directly. We thus believe this digital use falls under various exceptions to copyright protection, including "Fair Use," as enumerated in Title 17, sections 107, 108, and 121 of the U.S. Code.
If you are a copyright owner of one or more of the articles previously published in Colorado Magazine and posted on this site, and you believe this use of the full article online to be infringing upon your copyright, please contact the staff of the Stephen H. Hart Library & Research Center. We will consider all such formal, written takedown requests in good faith, and will confer with Colorado Heritage editorial staff in determining the ultimate disposition of the online article.
To initiate a formal takedown request based on copyright claims, please write to us at:
Attn: Stephen H. Hart Library & Research Center
Re: Takedown Notice
Denver, CO 80203
- or - email@example.com
And include the following information:
Your name, contact information, and physical signature
Identification of which of your works, including complete citation and title, that you believe has been infringed
Identification of the specific material on our site that you believe to be infringing upon your copyright (including relevant URLs)
Your statement that you believe this particular use of the content is not authorized by the copyright author or protected under Fair Use or other exceptions (please include the name of the copyright holder, if you are not that party)
Once we have received a takedown request, and following a review of the infringement claim in which we determine this instance to be a copyright violation, we will remove the content from the History Colorado website and notify you of all changes.
Contact the Library
Stephen H. Hart Library and Research Center
History Colorado Center
Denver, CO 80203