About Our Auction
Our goal of $5000 is to be used to keep the Museum operating and most of those costs are incurred whether we are open or closed. Because of ongoing Covid activity we had fewer open days at the museum this year and consequently fewer donations. If you wish to directly support PPHS please visit our website PikesPeakHSMuseum.org.
About Pikes Peak Historical Society
The Pikes Peak Historical Society is a non-profit corporation organized under IRS Code Section 501(c)(3). The purpose of the Society is to encourage the preservation of the history of Florissant, Colorado and the west slope of Pikes Peak, and to educate the public regarding this historical legacy. The PPHS is funded solely through memberships and donations, and supports its mission through volunteers who serve on its numerous committees.
PPHS owns and operates two museums; the PPHS Museum and the Schoolhouse Museum. PPHS volunteers serve on various committees to support the local area including:
A Cemetery Committee that manages the historic Florissant Pioneer Cemetery on behalf of Teller County.
A Beautification Committee that sponsors area-wide clean up each spring and plants flowers throughout the town of Florissant.
A Chautauqua Committee that sponsors free educational programs several times a year.
"Vera" Sets 1 Through 7 - 28 DVD Boxed Set
Baryte Roses, Large 8"x7.5"x5.5" Display Specimen
Bison Peak Lodge 2 Nights w/Single Queen Bed
Glamping in a tipi, Conestoga wagon or geodome
Cash Donor of $100.00 or more
"Buy Now" for $100.00 or more to add your name
Buy Now: $100.00
Framed & Signed Lithograph "Florida Screech Owls"
M Lazy C Ranch
Mineral Specimen Hand Size Quartz With Hematite
Oil on Canvas unframed 18"x14" Fall Aspen Grove
Pair of Vintage Van Briggle Lampshades
Tail Gator, Pickup Tail Gate Bike Rack
Made by Rocky Mountain Underground