The LH Blog
Welcome to Lougheed House: Stories! Have you ever wanted to know more about the people who worked at Beaulieu, or get a glimpse into the back rooms of a museum? Ever wondered how an exhibit gets its start?
In biweekly posts, find out about new research, what makes a historic house museum different than any other museum (and the challenges that come with it), sneak peeks into our current project, Lougheed House Reimagined, and so much more. Keep checking back or look for new posts on social media!
Our new Fund Development Manager, Jordan Hamilton, may already be known to many of you, due to his experience as an instrumental member of invaluable Calgary organizations like The Mustard…Read More
Written by Erin Benedictson If you have ever visited Lougheed House, you know that there are always fascinating things hiding around every corner. Some of the most striking features of…Read More
Written by Kevin Allen, member of our Community Advisory Committee for Lougheed House Re-Imagined. The Calgary Gay History Project started in 2012 on a whim. I had a notion of…Read More
Written by Kay Burns Lady Isabella Lougheed, affectionately known as Belle, was involved in numerous clubs and societies in addition to her active social life as the matriarch of Beaulieu…Read More
Written by Kay Burns In 2021, the campaign theme for International Women’s Day is #ChooseToChallenge. Their statement is that “We can all choose to challenge and call out gender bias…Read More
Written by Erin Benedictson As part of our research for Lougheed House Re-Imagined, we are diving deep into some of the other people who once lived at Lougheed House. One…Read More
Written by Kay Burns The “house museum” is a particular type of museum in the realm of museology. Like most museums, the aim of the house museum is to preserve…Read More
Written by Caroline Loewen The era of the open-range cattle industry that began in the 1880s and peaked by 1906 was enabled by the Canadian government’s generous policies permitting large-scale…Read More
Written by Caroline Loewen Winnifred Eaton Reeve was a Canadian novelist and screenwriter born in 1875 in Montreal to an English father and a Chinese mother. She was one of…Read More