The Ladies Aid Hall in Alma, Colorado is believed to have been built in the 1870’s and was the office for the Fanny Barrett Smelting Works as well as other mining companies. The Ladies Aid Society began using the building in 1917 and the building survived the town fires of 1907 and 1937. The project included structural shoring and a new roof to stabilize the structure until additional funding for restoration can be secured. Construction is currently on hold awaiting funding from the Town of Alma.