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El Pomar [slide]

Creator:
Mcintyre, Bob
Catholic Sisters Of Charity
Penrose, Spencer
Penrose, Julie
Potter, Grace Goodyear
Sparey, H. I., Mrs
El Pomar Foundation
Architect:
Benedict, J. B
Landscape Architect:
Olmsted Brothers
Physical description:
1 slide: col
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, Colorado, El Paso County, Colorado Springs
Colorado
Colorado Springs
Date:
1995
03/14/1995
Notes:
El Pomar was the residence of Spencer and Julie Penrose who built the Broadmoor Hotel and Resort just 3 blocks away. After Spencer died, Julie gave the home to the Catholic Sisters of Charity. It was used as a retreat house for women until it was purchased by the El Pomar Foundation. This Foundation administers the Penrose estate and has restored the house and gardens.
Topic:
Summer
Hedges
Fountains
Pergolas
Walkways, brick
Urns
Petunias
Garages
Marigolds
Annuals (Plants)
Parterres
Formal gardens
Local number:
CO020012
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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