History Colorado turned on the wayback machine on February 5 for a festive first look at the new exhibit 1968, a visual overview of a year that rocked the twentieth century with a wave of new style, pop music and political upheaval. Period-appropriate gear was encouraged, as you can see in photographer Ken Hamblin's chronicle of the shindig. Keep reading for a peek.
Keep reading for more photos from the 1968 gala. Keep reading for more photos from the 1968 gala. The show runs through May 10 at History Colorado. See the complete 1968 slide show here.
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