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» Historic Photos and Louisville's 1948-1983 County Assessor Cards

In addition to searching and viewing Louisville’s 1948-1983 County Assessor Cards online, you may now also search, browse, and view many historic photos from the collection of the Louisville Historical Museum!

Street Address
1001 Main Street
Louisville, CO 80027
Mailing Address
749 Main Street
Louisville, CO 80027

Bridget Bacon, Museum Coordinator


Expanded Hours!
  TUE, WED & SAT, 10am–3pm
 ♦ FRI, 3–8pm

2015 Closures
SAT, July 4 – Independence Day
WED, Nov. 11 – Veterans Day
FRI, Nov. 27 – City Holiday
FRI, Dec. 25 – Christmas
The Louisville Historical Museum complex is composed of four buildings that were constructed between 1904 and 1908. Presently, only two of the buildings are open to the public. The main building, historically known as the Jacoe Store, features a variety of artifacts and historic photographs that reflect the settlement and industry of Louisville including coal mining and related equipment. photo, Museum main building
Museum's main building.
(property of the Louisville Historical Museum)

This building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places because of its architecture and association with commercial development in Louisville. 


The smaller building, known as the Tomeo House, is interpreted as a coal miner’s house, including a kitchen, bedroom, and sitting room. This building is also listed on the Louisville Register of Historic Places.
The »Louisville Historical Commission is appointed by the City Council to act as the Museum's advisory board.

photo, Tomeo House
The Tomeo House.
(property of the Louisville Historical Museum)

Memberships and donations supporting the Museum are accepted by the »Louisville History Foundation.
    The mission of the Louisville Historical Museum—a facility owned and operated by the City of Louisville—is to promote, collect, preserve, and interpret the diverse history of Louisville from the time of settlement until present day, with a special emphasis on the coal mining period, 1877-1955. The museum is dedicated to protecting artifacts and documents of historical value and educating children and adults about the past.

Help us preserve Louisville’s colorful history for future generations. Volunteers are welcome to join in the work at the museum.

Our current needs are for volunteers to conduct museum tours and oral history interviewers. Please contact the »museum for details.