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Downtown Greeley honors some of our citizens
There are tile portraits honoring Alvin Garcia, Josephine Jones and Charles Hansen. You may also learn about many important citizens at the Greeley History Museum.
tile art work josephine jones
Tile art work for Charles Hansen, Josephine Jones and Alvin Garcia Artwork in honor of Josephine Jones. Josephine Jones donated her house and property to Greeley. She was known for her love of gardens and her tulips.
alvin garcia charles hansen

Artwork in honor of Alvin Garcia. Alvin Garcia was one of the first people to live in the Spanish Colony. He also was a part of the early Greeley Grays. He owned the general store in the Spanish Colony for many years.

Artwork in honor of Charles Hansen. Charles Hansen was publisher of the Greeley Tribune for many years. He also worked for water rights for Greeley.
plaque about the artwork Charles Hansen
Plaque about the art work Display about Charles Hansen in the Greeley History Museum
Display about George W. Fisk violin made by
Display and information about George W. Fisk at the Greeley History Museum. Violin made by George W. Fisk
Delphus Carpenter
Display and information about Delphus Carpenter at the Greeley History Museum.  
Created on June 25, 2011 Updated August 6, 2011  

 

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