The First Book About Anne Evans: A Historical Biography
Author Barbara Edwards Sternberg
with Jennifer Boone and Evelyn Waldron
Winner of the BIOGRAPHY Category
in the 2013 USA Best Book Awards!
2012 IPPY Award (Independent Publisher Book)
for Best Regional Non-Fiction
Barbara Sternberg delivers a rare insight into the interweaving of Colorado’s early history and the creation of the state’s cultural infrastructure.
Anne Evans’ energy and drive helped to fashion the rich cultural landscape enjoyed by millions … today.
Colorado Public Radio Interview
with Barbara Edwards Sternberg
Anne Evans (1871-1941), was involved in the development of the Denver Art Museum, the Denver Public Library, the restoration of the Central City Opera House and the initiation of the Central City Summer Opera Festival. She contributed significantly to Mayor Robert Speer’s creation of Denver’s Civic Center. Anne Evans’ father was John Evans, Colorado’s second Territorial Governor, who founded the University of Denver – one of his many prodigious accomplishments. Anne Evans supported the development of Denver University’s art and theater departments. She was also known for quietly helping many talented artists get the education and commissions they needed to succeed.
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