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Steve Altermatt began living in the Martin Acres neighborhood in 1987 and is intimately familiar with the history of the neighborhood and its housing stock because of his profession as a realtor, in which he has specialized in properties in … Continue reading
June Howard grew up on a farm in Kansas during the Depression. She won a scholarship to the University of Kansas, which she attended during World War II; married, and then moved to various locations in the U.S. with her … Continue reading
Dorreen Mitchell moved to the then-new Martin Acres subdivision in 1953 or 1954, and has lived there ever since. In this interview she talks about Boulder during the post-WWII years, life in Martin Acres during the time when it was … Continue reading
Kenneth and Joyce Davies have been an active and enthusiastic part of the Boulder community since settling here in the 1950s. They have worked tirelessly through organizations such as the League of Women Voters, PLAN-Boulder, Historic Boulder, and the Boulder … Continue reading