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Greeley Tribune Building

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    Designed by architect Sidney G. Frazier, the Beaux-Arts Greeley Tribune Building opened in 1929 and retains much of its original character today.
    Greeley Tribune Building
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    The Greeley Tribune Building housed the offices of the Tribune newspaper from 1929 to 1986. It is now the home of the Greeley History Museum.
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References: 

John Dugan, Greeley and Weld County (Norfolk, VA: Donning, 1986).

Greeley, Colorado: History and Architecture of Its Downtown Buildings (Greeley, CO: City of Greeley Museums, 2003).

Betsy Kellums, “Greeley Tribune Building,” National Register of Historic Places Registration Form (November 15, 2006).

Additional Information: 

"Downtown Greeley," Colorado Preservation, Endangered Places Archive.

Barbara Smith, The First Hundred Years: Greeley, Colorado, 1870–1970 (Greeley, CO: Greater Greeley Centennial Commission, 1970).

Daniel Tyler, The Last Water Hole in the West: The Colorado–Big Thompson Project and the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District (Niwot: University Press of Colorado, 1992).

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