The Dairy Farm, Revisited: A Special Collaboration with History Colorado
In partnership with History Colorado, join Blake for this special bonus episode of abandoned: The All-American Ruins Podcast where he takes a deeper dive into the history of the original All-American Ruins location from his childhood: the abandoned dairy farm at the Modern Woodmen of America Tuberculosis Sanatorium in Colorado Springs, CO.
- Read the companion article "All-American Ruins" in History Colorado's The Colorado Magazine: https://www.historycolorado.org/story/2023/01/27/all-american-ruins
- Watch the entire "The Land of Sunshine" 1933 PSA about the MWA Tuberculosis Sanatorium here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yft_uoglRzM (courtesy of the Pikes Peak Library District)
- Watch the entire United States Public Health Service's "This is TB" 1949 PSA here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjQhclE6Sl0&t=10s (courtesy of the National Library of Medicine)
- Learn more about the tuberculosis epidemic in Colorado here: https://www.cspm.org/cos-150-story/the-city-of-sunshine/ (courtesy of the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum)
- To read the transcript of this episode, click here: https://www.blakepfeil.com/aar-podcast.html
- Sam Bock at History Colorado
- Kevin & Marie Bush at the Woodmen Valley Fire Department
- Matt Mayberry, Hillary Mannion, and Susan Conde at the Pioneers Museum
- The staff at the Pikes Peak Library District
- Archivist Sister Stephanie McReynolds at Mt. Saint Francis Nursing Center
- K from the No Tracers Podcast
- Leah White at Modern Woodmen of America Fraternal Financial
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